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Forecast Last Updated at Friday, September 24, 2021 at 6:23PM
Glorious Fall Weather
Y'all, this is as easy as it gets. Cool Canadian high pressure is sliding across the Eastern U.S. A dry front moves through Saturday night. Temperatures were slightly cooler than average for September today, but gradually warm somewhat this weekend. We'll be slightly above average Monday-Wednesday. Dry weather rules. Enjoy great weather to be outdoors!
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Hi: 65 Lo: 46
Clear; Cool; Light wind
Hi: 69 Lo: 49
Daytime sun; Scattered nighttime clouds; A step warmer in the afternoon; Light wind becoming West 5-10 mph in the afternoon and NW 5-15 mph at night
Hi: 70 Lo: 51
Mostly sunny; Pleasant; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 74 Lo: 55
Mostly sunny; As good as it gets in late Sept.
Hi: 77 Lo: 57
Some PM clouds; Pleasant temperatures
Wednesday - Partly cloudy; Cannot completely rule out a passing light daytime shower; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Thursday - Mostly clear; Continued pleasant; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
High pressure moves from the Tennessee Valley this evening to settle across the Southeastern U.S. tomorrow. A dry front moves through from the west Saturday night with almost no noticeable effect. It fades off the map and slightly warmer high pressure overtakes the Southeast. Another moisture-starved front moves through Wednesday.
Sunshine and dry weather rules this forecast. Temperatures were slightly cooler than average today and creep up this weekend. Monday through Wednesday, temperatures will be slightly warmer than average. We have scattered clouds Saturday night and Wednesday. I included a "cannot completely rule out" mention of a stray light shower during the daytime Wednesday. I'm not a gambler, but if I were to bet an "over/under" for precipitation Wednesday, I'd bet "under". Dry weather continues through at least the next workweek.
In the tropics, the only real game in town is Hurricane Sam. It will continue chugging to the west-northwest. A developing trough along/off the East Coast later next week should protect the U.S. from Sam, but Bermuda is a possible target.
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