Sunny Autumn Weekend Cool Sunday Morning
Cold Fronts Next No Major Events
The last weekend of the month of September is here and so is a new dry air mass with sunshine for today and for Sunday. Either day is fine for whatever outdoor plans you have. There are some clouds moving across upstate NY. This actually marks the boundary between dry air and slightly cooler drier air that comes in for tonight and Sunday. Temperatures today will be in the 70s. Fall outdoor activities abound so take advantage of the nicest weekend we have seen in quite awhile.
We can put the radars on hiatus for awhile as no rain is forecast into Tuesday. Sunday morning will be quite chilly in many places as lows drop to the 40s in many inland locations with coastal and urban area lows between 50 and 55. Sunday looks nice and sunny with highs mostly in the lower 70s. Monday looks nice and no worse than partly sunny with highs in the 70s.
Two cold fronts will be coming through this week. Tuesday evening after a day of some sunshine and temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s we could see some showers Tuesday evening and at night. The front doesn’t have much of a push of cooler air behind. Wednesday and Thursday will be on the warm side with some sun before another cold front moves through Thursday night. There could be a brief shower or two with that front followed by another weak push of dry cooler air behind it. The longer range now has us in a ridge position in the Eastern US for much of the first 10 days of October which means warmer than average but also drier than average with no big rain events to speak of.
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