First Day of Fall; but Summer Weather Will Continue to Dominate

As today officially begins the fall season, the region will continue to experience late summer weather. As the week comes to an end, temperatures will continue to be pleasant and as we enter the last weekend of September a small chance of rain will show.


Today September 23rd, 2015: High 84

Pleasantly warm weather will dominate the region today with humidity a little higher than earlier this week; but definitely not the air you can wear. Skies will tend to be clear throughout the day but some clouds will be present.

Tonight: Low 57

Skies will clear throughout the evening and into the night allowing the temperatures to drop just below 60 degrees.


Tomorrow: High 88 Low 60

Get out and enjoy the sunshine while you can! Clear skies throughout the day with some cloud cover at night. An extremely pleasant day for your Thursday.

Looking Ahead:

Friday: High of 79, Low of 60. Cloudy skies will give way to periods of rain showers throughout the afternoon and evening.

Saturday: High of 80, Low of 59. Chance of rain early in the day, then staying cloudy for the remainder.

Sunday: High of 80, Low of 60. Bits of clouds and sunny skies throughout the day.

Monday: High 84, Low 60. Mostly sunny skies.

Tuesday: High 85, Low 58. Sunny skies.

In a nutshell:

The upcoming weekend presents great opportunities for outdoor activities besides Saturday morning. Enjoy it!

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2 Responses to First Day of Fall; but Summer Weather Will Continue to Dominate

  1. Scott Hack says:

    When is the next chance of rain? My yard is starting to develop brown patches and I’m thinking I might need to water my trees here soon if they don’t get a sip of water. It seems like it has been 3 or 4 weeks since we’ve seen any real rain. Any of the models show rain soon?

    • Gregory Goodrich says:

      The El Nino pattern we are in means the jet stream will stay well north of the area for the foreseeable future. While we will have some weak systems moving through (this weekend and possibly mid-week next week) from time to time they will not be big rain producers (generally in the 0.10″ to 0.25″ range). So expect lots of sunny warm days with cool nights with just occasional rainy interruptions from these weak systems for the next few weeks. The good news is that most trees are in the process of shutting down for the season, so the abundant deeper soil moisture from earlier in the summer will sustain them through the fall. If you have young trees it would be a good idea to water them, but older trees will be fine.

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