Rain/storms over part of the weekend



The air mass above us will continue to produce some showers and storms over the weekend. A stationary boundary extending across the southern half of the state will at times help trigger these storms. The border will hover over us until late Saturday. Temperatures Saturday afternoon will be in the mid to upper 80s. Another frontal system will move south on Sunday. This system will ultimately drive all rain activity from the area. The air behind this front is dry and we will notice the difference early next week. We expect sunny/warm days and clear/mild nights. Daytime highs will peak in the upper 80s, while nighttime temperatures will fall into the upper 50s to lower 60s for a few days. It will be a very mild air mass and some of you may even say it feels like fall. It won’t be official, but it could be the first time we come into contact with it this September.

Brian Ashcraft

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