Fall has finally arrived! With the highs in the low 60s, it is around average for this time of year. However, the temperatures looks to be below average for the next couple of days. With the high for Friday to be around 61 and low to 39. That is chill for this time of year. It is not well below average, but it is still not the average temperatures for this time.
Below is the 06z NAM
This is 21z (4 PM central) after the peak temperature in the low 60s.
Today will start off pretty with increasing chance of rain into the evening hours then will clear up late tonight into Saturday morning. The shortwave’s axis is currently over North and South Dakota at 12z (7 AM central time) and is heading south east into our area. It will kick off some light showers in the evening hours.
Saturday will be cooler compared to Friday and Sunday, with a high in the upper 50s and low in the upper 40s. Starting Sunday things become a little soggy. The remnants of Tropical Storm Sergio will come and bring rain to the Ohio valley. Following the remnants, embedded shortwaves in a deepening trough will spark up more chances of rain in the beginning of next week.
Friday: 61/42 chance of rain in the evening hours
Sunday: 60/57 great chance of rain through out the day