Dry Until a Friday Cold Front

Kaiti Leachman —  Tuesday, October 6, 2015 10:33 am

Current Radar

TUESDAY – High: 85°

Happy Tuesday!

Quiet weather is expected not only for us, but for much of the Southeast today:

We will warm up nicely this afternoon, up to near 85°. Luckily, dew point temperatures won’t be too crazy, in the ‘eeees ok’ range:


While we won’t see rain today, skies will remain partly cloudy throughout the day.

THIS EVENING – 77° by 7 PM

We’ll continue to keep a few clouds around tonight, as temperatures fall to the mid 70°s.

So, not an overly cool evening by any means, but dew points will still be ‘ok.’

Overnight lows will drop to near 60°.

WEDNESDAY – Early Birds: 60°, High: 84°

With no big weather makers shaking things up in the eastern U.S., we’ll stay in a warm and rain-free groove through mid-week:

Afternoon highs will once again pop up to the mid 80°s.

Humidity will stay ‘ok,’ as a north wind keep us somewhat drier through Wednesday.

THURSDAY – Early Birds: 61°, High: 84°

By Thursday, we will begin to see some changes.

Dew point temperatures will creep back up into the ‘extra deodorant swipe’ neighborhood.

The culprit? Winds shifting from northerly to southerly flow!

This is all in anticipation of a cold front set to be knocking on our door by Friday morning:

NWS hinted at some showers and storms possible late Thursday ahead of the front.

Models aren’t picking up on much of anything right now, but we’ll keep you in the know.

For now, prepare for another warm and a more humid day on Thursday.

Sneak Peek…

All models agree on showers and some thunderstorms moving through Friday afternoon and Friday evening, as the front pushes through the state:

Extended: Cold Front Brings Rain Chances Back 

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