Periods of Rain
Breezy and Cool
WIND: NE 10-20 mph
SUNRISE 7:38 a.m.
SUNSET 7:26 p.m.
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Scattered Showers and Sprinkles through the Weekend
Dry Weather for Monday – Wednesday of Next Week
TONIGHT Little change in the forecast with scattered rain showers and a cool east to northeast breeze. Lows will be in the mid 50s.
TOMORROW Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and sprinkles. Winds will remain from the east-northeast at 10-20 mph. High temperatures will be in the mid 60s.
WEEKEND WEATHER The system responsible for the inclement weather pattern will stick around through the weekend resulting in more scattered showers. There’s an outside chance of a t-shower Sat. PM. Temperatures will reach the upper 60s over the weekend. Winds will be east on Saturday and may flip to the north-northwest on Sunday.
EARLY NEXT WEEK The pattern turns a little warmer and sunnier for Monday – Wednesday, with highs expected to climb above average into the low-mid 70s. Thursday we may catch a band of showers ahead of the next front, though the timing on that is not certain yet (we’ll have to see where Hurricane Matthew heads and how that might affect the upper level steering currents. No sign of any frost. Fall color change has been slow due to the warmer and sunnier conditions and ample rain, but the color change should start-up next week.
Check out Bill’s Blog. Bill has more on Hurricane “Matthew”. That storm should move up the East Coast next week. Also – the possibility of waterspouts on Lake Michigan and Bill writes about the expected warmer-than-average October that we will have.