Heavy rain, strong storm threat followed by surge of heat


Thursday, September 26th, 2019

Say goodbye to the sunshine for some time. Clouds and waves of rain and perhaps a few storms are on tap Friday into the weekend. Highs each day will be in the lower to upper 70s. The best chance of rain will come Friday afternoon thru Friday night. Some of the rain with this particular round could be heavy, and a stronger storm is possible.

A shower is possible Saturday with another elevated chance of rain and isolated thunderstorms Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday we push 80° before surging into the upper 80s early next week as an incredibly strong ridge develops across the Eastern U.S.

The heat and humidity don’t last as a strong fall cold front is likely to move through sometime near Wednesday afternoon. That will bring a chance of rain and storms for the middle of next week before dropping temps into the 60s for highs and upper 40s for overnight lows.

Tonight: Few clouds, cool. Low of 51.

Friday: Increasing clouds, PM showers and storms, heavy rain possible. High of 76.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy, a shower possible. High of 70.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy, scattered showers and storms. High of 78.

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