What a nice weekend we had where most stayed dry and temperatures stayed comfortable. We continue that trend going into the next couple days, then a big time front moves through the area.
Highs today and Tuesday will be in the lower to mid 70s with a mix of sun and clouds. Come late Tuesday the front pushes our way giving us rain Tuesday night and into Wednesday. I don't see much to worry about with this front as we are looking at mainly showers with no flood threat there in the forecast.
A few showers will be leftover with another disturbance moving through, but it will be all about the chill in the air. Highs from Thursday-the weekend we can expect upper 50s to lower 60s.
ONE thing to watch will be the overnight lows on Friday morning and into the weekend. We "could" be looking at our first frost of the year meaning heads up green thumbs out there as our temperatures look to fall in the 30s for most.
Get ready for some fall weather!
Meteorologist Micah Harris
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