An overly packed end of week and weekend, so Monday morning was the first chance for me to get this out!
Review of the Past Week:
Another beautiful week! Forecast was pretty good too, that is until Sunday. The front actually did come through … but it was dying as it did and the moisture with it dried up as well. So here are the grades: Sun: A; Mon: A+; Tue: A; Wed: A-; Thu: A-; Fri: B+; Sat: B (too warm for Fri –Sat: Total for week: A-
Overview for Coming Week:
Another great week is coming up. We will have lots on sunshine, mild afternoons and cool nights as high pressure continues to control our weather. It should remain dry through Saturday and most of Sunday, as a big trough digs into the west and plows east during the week. Some kind of tropical system will likely be near Florida later this week, and could be pulled northward for late Sunday into early next week. No real cold air in sight for our area as we stay in this mild pattern for the next two weeks.
Monday: M. Sunny. Pleasant weather continues. Daytime highs near 72. Nighttime lows near 50.
Tuesday: M. Sunny. Pleasant weather continues. Daytime highs near 73. Nighttime lows near 50.
Wednesday: M. Sunny. Pleasant weather continues. Daytime highs near 75. Nighttime lows near 50.
Thursday: M. Sunny. Pleasant weather continues. Daytime highs near 78. Nighttime lows near 52.
Friday: M. Sunny. Pleasant weather continues. Daytime highs near 80. Nighttime lows near 53.
Saturday: Sunny, a little milder. Daytime highs near 80. Nighttime lows near 55.
Sunday: Clouds likely increasing in the afternoon; still mild, but definitely more humid as a southerly breeze increases throughout the day. Daytime highs near 77. Nighttime lows near 60.
Hint thru October 13: Still a relatively mild pattern, but the dry stretch will come to a screeching halt as a lug of potentially heavy rain comes with next system early in the week. The coldest air will stay to our north and west. Again pleasant weather for the first part of October.
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.