The last full week of September comes to an end with some spotty showers and cooler temperatures into the weekend. These moderately warm temperatures will continue as we fully enter into fall this coming week. This weekend poses the strongest chance for rain over the region but amounts will be small.
Today September 25th: High 87
Our chances of rain today will increase as the day progresses and will continue into the night. Temperatures will decrease as a low pressure system near the Atlantic Coast edges towards the region which is responsible for the precipitation.
Tonight: Low 58
Rain will continue throughout the evening and will gradually end over night. Skies will remain cloudy throughout the overnight and into the early morning for Saturday.
Tomorrow: High 75 Low 60
Your Saturday will remain mostly cloudy with a chance of a stray shower throughout the day. Into the evening and overnight skies will partially clear with no chance of rain.
Sunday: High of 79, Low of 61. There will be a chance of showers before the afternoon, and then skies will remain mostly cloudy for the remainder of the day, then partially cloudy for the night.
Monday: High of 85, Low of 65. Slightly warmer than the weekend with partly cloudy skies. Expect mostly cloudy skies for the evening which will allow temperatures to remain mild.
Tuesday: High of 83, Low of 60. Mix of sun and clouds for the day and night; very pleasant.
Wednesday: High of 82, Low of 58. Pleasant weather once again with partly cloudy skies clearing into the overnight allowing the temperatures to drop into the high 50’s.
Thursday: High of 80, Low of 50. Skies will be clear throughout the day with increasing cloudiness into the night.
In a nutshell:
Besides the chance of rain early in the weekend, the first full week of fall presents us with some amazing weather for outdoor activities such as hiking and looking at the fall foliage! Enjoy the weekend!