Clear & Crisp Fall Weather...
The storm clouds from the weekend cleared out as sunshine made a comeback on Monday with highs in the 70s. With the cooler airmass still settling in, and clear skies in the forecast, it will be Chilly overnight with morning lows around 50.
We will actually see a secondary surge cold air will spill into our area on Wednesday, holding back the afternoon highs to the 60s! We'll also feel the coolest air since March as our lows will dip into the low 40s by Wednesday. We stay dry all week. However, this weekend a weak system will swing through with scattered showers (it doesn't look nearly like our last weekend storm) and another push of chilly air. That could send some areas into the upper 30s for the first time this season by Sunday morning.
Not much happening in the tropics at this late point in the season. We'll watch the western Caribbean for potential development. If anything does develop in that area, it is very unlikely that it would impact the Gulf of Mexico.
Hurricane season runs through the end of November, so be sure to bookmark our HURRICANE CENTER page and stay ahead of the tropics all season long.
Chief Meteorologist Chris Dunn
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