Good Tuesday, everyone! This is Gary, with an active forecast for today, and a more comfortable forecast down the line.
The remnants of Hurricane Florence will drop some heavy rain in our southern counties this morning. But it is now moving quickly, and will be out of here by this afternoon. After Florence moves out, a weak cold front will drop down from the north with just a few, scattered showers and possibly a thunderstorm or two. That front will usher in cooler, less humid air starting Wednesday.
We'll get the sunshine back on Wednesday with that more comfortable air. Thursday will also be a delightful day.
A frontal system will affect us Thursday night and Friday with showers and possible thunderstorms, as well as breezy conditions. Temperatures will take a spike upwards again for the day.
Then some fall-like weather will be coming in for the weekend. Saturday night will be downright chilly in many spots.
Fall officially begins late Saturday. The Autumnal Equinox happens at 9:54 PM. -Gary