A taste of late-October this weekend!


Little to no rain as far as the eye can see...

TODAY: Sunny & Cool. Hi 65. Winds: NE 5-10 mph.

TONIGHT: Clear & Chilly! Lo 42. Winds: NE 5 mph.

SUNDAY: Sunny & Cool. Hi 66. Winds: NE 5-10 mph.

Temperatures this morning are starting off in the low 40s on average, and it’s the first of several nights that will feature well below average temperatures! Abundant sunshine will allow for temperatures to rebound this afternoon but only into the mid 60s, which is 10 degrees below our normal high temperature. Expect a repeat of chilly nights and comfortable afternoons through Monday as an area of Canadian high pressure settles over the northeast.

While the tropics remain active, our weather looks fairly quiet. Warmer days return by next Wednesday when 80° is achievable. Rainfall? None through the middle of next week at least. An approaching upper-air system may bring us light showers by late-day next Friday, but even chances of that appear low at this time.

Tropical Update: We are monitoring two other tropical systems: Hurricane Teddy and Tropical Storm Beta in the Gulf. Teddy is now a Category 3 hurricane with winds around the center at 125 mph. Thankfully any threat to the United States appears minimal at this point, though direct impacts to the Canadian maritimes are increasingly likely by next Tuesday. ‘Beta’ in the Gulf will meander for a bit and is expected to impact the Texas coast by early next week, then possibly hugging the northern Gulf coast for several days. We will continue to monitor the tropics closely as this is the busiest time of year for tropical development and they can have an effect on an otherwise quiet time of year locally.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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