Midweek changes

Incoming front steers Sally away
Posted at 1:30 PM, Sep 15, 2020

Temperatures are running warm this afternoon with most locations rising slowly through the 70s. There is still a bit of haze out there, but some mixing will allow us to see blue at times. Decorator clouds are all you’ll get today as high pressure continues to keep things in check. No rain on the MaxTrack for your Tuesday.

It’s been a very fall-like feeling outside today with mild morning temperatures. Unfortunately, we still have haze over the region, making for a not-so-sunny day, but we still get the benefits of lower temperatures and humidity than normal. Moving into the middle of the week, things take a bit of a turn. Cirrus from the rapidly weakening Sally will stream overhead tomorrow and a cold front will be inching closer. Rainfall is not expected, except for a few small patches on Wednesday. Thursday will bring a slightly better chance for showers as the cold front slides through. Scattered rain and maybe a few storms are possible. The fall front will bring temperatures down about 10 degrees from Thursday to Friday. As clouds clear up for the weekend, temperatures hover close to the 70-degree mark. Overnight lows will dip into the low 50s and even the upper 40s. We will warm closer to normal as we move into next week. However, rainfall will be hard to come by.