FALL LIKE TEMPERATURES ARE ON THE WAY… A DRY, COOL PERIOD IS EXPECTED BEGINNING ON TUESDAY

The complex weather system that moved through our region Saturday night only brought about a half inch of rain to my neighborhood. The forecast was for around an inch to fall. Although as I am writing this, there is one more broken line of showers to our west, I don’t think that we will add that much to our overall storm total. The air behind this system is not cool by any means. With enough sunshine, temperatures should reach near 80 today (Sunday) and may exceed 80 on Monday. A second cold front associated with a large, intense (for this time of year) low pressure system over the Great Lakes will move through on Tuesday dropping our temperatures significantly. This will set the stage for a cool, dry period with brisk northwesterly winds. The tropical Atlantic  remains void of any tropical cyclones. Conditions remain too hostile to allow for a cyclone to develop and move westward towards the United States.

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