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Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, September 25, 2022 at 6:21AM
Morning Showers; Afternoon Thunderstorms
You might wake up to some morning showers. We will have partly to mostly cloudy skies while you watch out for are some scattered thunderstorms this afternoon. After today, a cooling trend starts that doesn't end until Friday. After today, we will have a couple sunny days, then a couple of days with high clouds from Ian (details in the discussion). Friday looks to be the day Ian makes a visit.
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Hi: 74 Lo: 51
Partly to mostly cloudy; Scattered AM showers & PM t-storms; West wind 5-15 mph, gusty at high elev's overnight
Hi: 72 Lo: 45
Full sunshine & cooler; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusty at high elev's overnight
Hi: 68 Lo: 43
Bright sunshine; Feeling like fall; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 65 Lo: 43
High clouds & nice
Hi: 63 Lo: 48
Thickening clouds; Showers associated with Ian likely late overnight
Friday - Watching Ian: Thick clouds with rain; High in the mid 50s; Low near 50 degrees
Saturday - Mostly cloudy; Showers ending; High in the lower 60s; Low in the lower 50s
A front will come through today, bringing some scattered showers in the morning, and scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon. Behind the front, temperatures will start a cooling trend that will last a few days. We'll have a high in the Great Plains through Tuesday calling the shots. Namely, sunny skies.
On Wednesday, a Canadian high moves into the Great Lakes. That in combination with high clouds from Ian will mean even cooler temperatures.
Speaking of, Ian is located to the south of Jamaica, and looks like it's taking its time to organize. Once it does, likely today, Ian should start rapidly strengthening into a hurricane. This will push it northwest to the Gulf of Mexico, possibly impacting western Cuba. It should impact Florida somewhere, yet to be fully determined. Ian should start giving us rain late Thursday night. This rain looks to last through most of Saturday. Temperatures will be downright chilly Friday.
There isn't much to talk about with the tropics otherwise. Hermine has dissipated, and Gaston looks to do that sometime today. All we have to watch at the moment seems to be Ian.
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