Sorry for the lateness. Some things are unavoidable. But better late than never!
Review of the Past Week:
It was a beautiful week with a very wet ending. Forecast was not too bad, except for Fri and Sat. The update covered that but initial forecast was off by 24 hours. Here are the grades: Sun: A; Mon: A; Tue: A; Wed: A; Thu: A+; Fri: C; Sat: F (update for Fri and Sat was A): Total for week: B
Overview for Coming Week:
Another great week is coming up. Lots on sunshine, cool to mild afternoons and chilly nights as cool High pressure anchors itself over our area. No rain until Sunday at the earliest. Not a bad way to end the last full week of September. Amazingly the tropics remain rather quiet. Some system may try to get going along the Gulf Coast but it will cross Florida and head NE from there away from our area.
Sunday: Partly to mostly sunny, breezy, but nice. Daytime highs near 68. Nighttime lows near 48.
Monday: M. Sunny. Very chilly overnight. Daytime highs near 66. Nighttime lows near 37 (Temps near light frost levels).
Tuesday: Sunny. Very chilly overnight. Daytime highs near 68. Nighttime lows near 39.
Wednesday: Sunny, a little milder. Daytime highs near 72. Nighttime lows near 42.
Thursday: Sunny, a little milder. Daytime highs near 74. Nighttime lows near 44.
Friday: Sunny, a little milder again. Daytime highs near 75. Nighttime lows near 46.
Saturday: Sunny, a little milder. Daytime highs near 77. Nighttime lows near 50.
Sunday: Increasing clouds, becoming breezy with rain/showers arriving late in the day or evening. Some heavy showers are possible. Daytime highs near: 75. Nighttime lows near 59
Hint thru September 29: Another stretch of dry, fair weather ought to develop after the Sunday night rain system. Temps will be about average for the end of September and early Oct. Not a bad week, but again expect some moisture to run toward us later in the week/weekend.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.