Forecast Discussion 09/21/2019 PM: Beautiful end to Summer before Fall begins Monday

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AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 22ND: 71°

AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 21ND: 46°

SUNDAY SUNRISE: 6:55 AM

SUNDAY SUNSET: 7:05 PM

The last weekend of Summer starting off pretty nice. Temperatures today made it into the low eighties. Going throughout the overnight hours, temperatures will remain on the mild side. Overnight lows will fall into the upper fifties. We will be left under mainly clear skies with patchy fog deveoping late. We will start off Sunday with some sunshine, before clouds increase during the afternoon. There is an isolated chance of a shower late in the day. Temperatures will warm into the mid to upper eighties.

Unsettled weather will make a return for the start of the work week. A cold front passage late in the day Monday will bring scattered showers and isolated thunderstorm chances. Highs on Monday will be in the mid to upper seventies. Once this from passes we have a chance to see some lingering showers early Tuesday morning before clouds begin to slowly clear. Highs on Tuesday will be much cooler than Monday as highs will only be in the upper sixties.

Dry weather and sunny skies makes a return on Wednesday thanks to high pressure. Temperatures for the remainder of the week and into the weekend will primarily range from the mid to upper seventies. An approaching weak cold front will bring a chance of light showers on Thursday afternoon. Once this front passes high pressure will build back in. Dry weather and sunshine will return for Friday and Saturday!

SUNDAY: INCREASING CLOUDS, ISO. SHOWER POSSIBLE LATE
HIGH: 85

SUNDAY NIGHT: MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE SHOWER
LOW: 64

MONDAY: SCATTERED SHOWERS & ISO. THUNDERSTORM
HIGH: 77 LOW: 54

TUESDAY: LINGERING SHOWERS EARLY, PARTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 68 LOW: 46

WEDNESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 75 LOW: 55

THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, CHANCE SHOWERS
HIGH: 76 LOW: 50

FRIDAY: PARTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 74 LOW: 52

SATURDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY
HIGH: 78 LOW: 55

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