🍂 Final day of summer to feel like October - CM ☕
The final day of summer will not feel like it. We start the day chilly once again, with high pressure moving directly overhead. This will result in plenty of sunshine and similar afternoon temperatures to what we had Sunday.
By night, the high directly over us will result in quick cooling. Temperatures cool down into the 30s and 40s, with patches of frost in the NRV and Highlands. Some fog may develop near lakes and rivers.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
As this high pressure system moves east, the clockwise wind around it will blow in warmer air. Tuesday's highs will generally be in the low to mid 70s. Wednesday morning will be cool in the 40s. By Wednesday afternoon, we're much warmer in the 74-80° range.
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
At the same time, high pressure will block most of Tropical Storm Beta to the west. However, some remnant moisture from the system will slowly begin to creep eastward. We'll stay dry Thursday with some increase in cloud coverage. We'll still be warm.
By Friday and Saturday, we'll have to watch for possibly some remnant showers off the ghost of Beta. At the moment, it doesn't look as though we'll see anything terribly widespread.
Highs will be in the 70s with nighttime lows in the 50s to lower 60s.
As the remnant moisture from Beta moves east, a strong cold front will be looming to the west. This will drag up some moisture from the Gulf and perhaps give us a better shot of showers and storms late in the day into Monday. Highs will be in the 70s once again with timing of any storms TBD.