A few showers may try to make their mark throughout the course of the morning and into the early afternoon, but once again, most of the area will miss out and be dry. If showers pop up, the best areas to witness them would be our southern counties. Mostly cloudy skies fill in the area, but will slowly diminish into the later afternoon. With having the cloud cover over us and high pressure working in from the north, this will allow temperatures to be a bit cooler than what we have been used to. Temperatures will be settling into the middle to upper 70s.
This morning, temperatures are in the 60s and upper 50s. Tomorrow morning, we will be waking up a bit cooler with temperatures in the 40s and lower 50s. A mostly clear night is on tap, which will help temperatures to fall. We will continue to be dry for the rest of this work week and into the weekend. Best chance for rain looks to arrive Monday as we are tracking a cold front.
Temperatures will hang in the 70s throughout the week, but starting Saturday and lasting into the rest of the weekend, temperatures spike back into the 80s. The 8-14 day temperature trend has our area under a 70-90% chance for above average temperatures, so summer may be trying to hang on a bit longer. For all the pumpkin spice lovers, the Autumn Equinox officially starts at 3:50 A.M. on Monday, the 23rd.
Hurricane Humberto is a Category 3 Hurricane and continues to move closer and closer to Bermuda. Bermuda is under a Hurricane Warning and will be dealing with the effects of this system.
Tropical Depression Imelda is in the Gulf impacting Texas and Louisiana with life-threatening flooding issues. It continues to move inland, north through Texas eventually calming down in Oklahoma.
The third disturbance in the Atlantic is Tropical Storm Jerry. This system is headed toward the Leeward Islands tomorrow night throughout Friday. We will continue to keep an eye on how its track and intensity will turn out.