THE WEEKEND WILL FEATURE A MIX OF CLOUDS AND SUNSHINE ALONG WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS… SUNDAY SHOULD BE COOLER AS A NORTHERLY FLOW TAKES OVER… TROPICAL STORM EDOUARD SHOULD BE A FISH STORM AS IT STAYS OUT TO SEA

 A trough of low pressure combined with a frontal system will bring a chance of showers later Saturday but we should have some sunshine as clouds come and go throughout the day. The chance of rain will diminish on Sunday as a northerly wind takes over. Sunday should be cooler with high temperatures not getting much above the lower 70’s, Another frontal system may bring a chance of showers Monday night and Tuesday. You may have heard how cool it is in the Northern Plains. Some areas have recorded their earliest snowfall ever! Is this an indication of what the winter will be like in the U.S.? Probably not. For example, a few years ago, the Northeast had a major snowstorm on Halloween. That turned out to be a very below normal snowfall season for the Northeast. So, early season snowfalls don’t indicate what the season will bring… Tropical Storm Edouard is expected to remain well offshore and it may stay east of Bermuda. It will most likely intensify into a hurricane. Another area of concern near Florida will have to be watched but upper-level winds are not favorable for development at this time. That’s it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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