Our first real cool-down for fall is just around the corner


A frontal boundary is now west of us, but it will move into the state on Friday. Tomorrow we have another largely rain-free day, but there is a chance of rain Thursday evening into Friday. Temperatures will still be in the mid to upper 80s Thursday afternoon. The frontal boundary will tap into Gulf moisture and bring showers to the area beginning Thursday evening. Showers are possible overnight and on Friday. Some showers will continue into the evening and that could impact some high school games. The front will push through the state, bringing cool/dry air into the region. This will be one of the coolest air temperatures yet this fall. Daytime highs will reach the mid 70s, but morning temperatures will start in the mid to upper 40s Sunday and Monday morning. Our first real taste of fall and it’s getting chilly. In the meantime, enjoy the last days of summer warmth while it lasts.

Brian Ashcraft

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