An early taste of Fall
Wed, 24 Jul 2013 13:32:15 GMT —
Yes, it feels like we've turned the clock ahead as September-like weather has invaded the Great Lake region with a dramatic cool down and refreshing temps and dew points in place and sticking around for a while. Sunshine, low humidity and high temps that are more than ten degrees below seasonal norms, the mid-70's, greet us today.
We aren't done with the Bluebird days either as more of the same heads our way as we head towards the upcoming weekend. Skies will be clear overnight with lows in the low and mid 50's. Thusday looks terrific and again much cooler than normal. Skies will be sunny Thursday with highs not getting above the upper 70's.
We kick off the weekend on Friday with early sunshine, increasing clouds during the afternoon and highs a tad warmer - near 80 degrees. Another cold front slides across the region Friday night/Saturday morning with scattered showers and storms and another Canadian high pressure system behind it. It looks like skies begin to clear Saturday afternoon as another shot of cool, dry air settles in. Highs will top out in the upper 70's. Sunday looks like the pick-of-the-weekend as sunny skies will prevail with highs in the mid-70's!
Next week starts out with more of the same - sunshine, low humidity values and highs in the 70's.
Enjoy it all while you can as the heat and humidity of August will be headed our way soon.
Make it a great day!