The dry and pleasant weather continues to be the story in our region. It has been good for people who love the beautiful feeling of fall. However, it hasn’t been too good for crops and for the short-lived fires we’ve seen in our area due to prolonged dry weather and lower humidity values.
We will continue this weather trend for the rest of this work week and into our weekend and if all goes as planned, into our next work week. Overall we will see cold fronts moving through our region and this will reinforce the cooler, milder air that we have seen at times over the past few weeks.
In fact, later this week we will see some of the coolest temperatures of the season move into our region. Most of these frontal passages will be on the dry side. We will just see cloud cover at times with some of these passes.
For the most part, we’ll see most of our high temperatures over the next five to ten days stay not too far from where we should be for this time of year, mostly in the 70s and 80s. most of our overnight low temperatures will be cooler than average, mostly in the 40s and 50s. We might even see some of the normally coldest places drop into the 30s on Sunday morning.
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