Unseasonably warm stretch continues the next few days - CM 😎
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Following near-record warmth Wednesday, we'll keep the warmth going into the end of the week. Patches of fog will get us started Thursday morning. Once that lifts, so do our temperatures. Highs will be in the upper 70s and lower 80s pretty much across the board Thursday with lows at night in the mid to upper 50s. Still, patchy fog may be an issue Friday morning. Highs Friday will be around 75-80° with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Any chance of a stray shower will occur toward Whitetop and surrounding areas.
A front gets closer to us Saturday, but it won't have a ton of moisture. Expect a few afternoon and evening showers, but these will mostly be scattered. High temperatures prior to any showers will be in the 70s. With our front just east of us, high pressure over New England will wedge in some cooler air and more clouds. Afternoon temperatures Sunday may only be in the 50s with some patches of drizzle, fog and mist.
Another front will inch closer next week, but it will be too far west for any rain here Monday. Where this front winds up will determine our rain chances next Tuesday and Wednesday. For now, we'll keep the chance for a few showers each day and highs in the 70s.
Looking ahead to Halloween, we'll be tracking an area of low pressure from the Desert Southwest. When this emerges and moves east will determine when we see rain and cooler weather. Stay tuned for updates as forecast data struggles at anything more than a few days out.