Fall Has Officially Begun!

As we approached the autumn equinox conditions improved tremendously to fit with the incoming season. While Friday saw some strong storms with high winds, conditions cooled and calmed to gentle rain for Saturday, today, and will continue through until Thursday.

Photos taken by author as storms approached Friday

NOAA radar showing continuing rain

Looking at the GFS model the air will be muggy but with the cooler temperatures and increasing winds, it should not make for uncomfortable days. The increased winds will reach up to  30 knots or about 35 MPH on Tuesday. This will be fairly strong so watch out for your hat!


GFS wind conditions through Tuesday night

Thankfully the highest we’ll see temperatures hit between today and Wednesday morning will be 81. Today will stay in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

Temperatures through Tuesday night


Sunday will see a high of 71 and a low of 69 with periodic rain showers throughout the day and night.

Monday will reach a high of 75 and a low of 68 with rains continuing off and on throughout the day and night.

Tuesday’s high will be 81 and have a low of 69 and again rains will continue throughout the day and night.

Note: With as  much rain as we are seeing, there is a strong chance of flash flooding. Please be careful and remember:



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