10/5 – The Chief’s “Warmer” Wednesday Morning Forecast
After mixed clouds yesterday, we are only left with some upper-level cloud coverage. The small disturbance has pushed west and now with less moisture in the mid-and-upper levels, there will be less clouds and more sunshine for today. High pressure remains in control of our weather pattern for today and Thursday with winds shifting from northeast in the morning to the south by this afternoon. You will feel the difference as more humidity works into the area.
Clear and mild conditions overnight as winds will continue out of the south and southwest ahead of a cold front. Temperatures will respond accordingly with mid-80s expected during the day and increased humidity. It will feel like 90 during the heat of the day but a light breeze should keep it tolerable. On Friday, expect the warmest temperatures of the extended period under partly cloudy skies. A passing shower late in the day cannot be ruled out with the frontal passage. However with it being so dry lately, coverage will be very isolated in nature.
Saturday and Sunday bring breezy northerly winds, less humidity, and an autumn feel to the air. Morning lows will dip into the mid-50s by the end of the weekend and highs will get to the low 80s. By next week, temperatures will modify.