Dry Fall Weather Continues, Very Slight Chance of Showers by Mid-Week

Current Radar

Tonight: A Bit Cooler, Clear Skies – 9 PM 56°

A pleasant evening to follow our pleasant day expected for us tonight. All outdoor plans are a go; you may want to grab a jacket before heading out the door though.

Temps will cool very quickly this evening, thanks to our clear skies and the passing cold front from this afternoon. You may also want to grab an extra blanket before heading to sleep for the night.

Tuesday: Sunny Skies – Wake Up 46° High 74°

Slight cool down in temperatures expected as we head into tomorrow. Sunny skies will prevail through the entire day, but temps will be fairly chilly on your AM commute dipping down into the upper 40s/low 50s.

High temperature for the day will reach into the mid 70s


Rest of the Week: Slight Chance of Rain Wednesday Night/Thursday, Then Sunshine Again


Our extended outlook consists of mostly sunny skies with highs in the 70s. We could see a small shower and isolated thunderstorm Wednesday night into Thursday morning, but any rain we see won’t do very much.

Here is what our local NWS had to say this morning:

“While soundings are showing the potential for an isolated thunderstorm, this system will mainly consist of a shower or two, with rainfall totals of less than 0.25 inches. This is unfortunate with the lack of rain we’ve had lately. October is typically a dry month but even this is ridiculous. We`re already running close to 2 inches below normal for the month and I don`t see much relief in sight.”

Even if we see some showers, that will not come close to putting even a dent in the “abnormally dry” drought we are currently in.

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