Suchan Says: Cool Down Continues

Tuesday brought highs down into the mid 70s which is still nearly 10 degrees warmer than normal for this time of the year.  It certainly felt much more refreshing however after a couple days well into the 80s!

Wednesday will keep highs in the mid to upper 60s across the area as we see a mix of clouds and sun along with a northeast breeze.  I’m going to continue a low end rain chance in primarily our eastern zones through the day.  It appears the air may be simply too dry to support a more widespread rain chance.



Later Wednesday night into Thursday morning will have a secondary push of cooler air surging in and this could also bring some sprinkles or showers across the area.  Still, I can’t go much higher than a 20% rain chance.  By later in the day Thursday, dry weather is expected but highs will remain in the lower to mid 60s.

Another big warm up kicks in over the weekend as lower to mid 70s spread back in under sunny skies.  Temperatures look to remain in the mid 70s early next week as well before the next cold front and weather maker pushes in around Wednesday with showers or even some thunder.

Chris Suchan
Chief Meteorologist



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