9/26 – Rob Knight’s “Cooler/Drier Air Mass” Monday Afternoon Forecast

A cold front has pushed through the area with HOT TEMPERATURES ahead this afternoon before the cool-down. Tuesday, the frontal system will have pushed through and cooler temperatures will arrive in the area with highs on Tuesday forecast to be in the mid-80s with drier conditions (dew-points in the upper50s and low 60s. It will actually start to feel like Fall! Really not much change to the extended forecast and some details continue to be contingent on the eventual track and intensity of Ian.

Generally speaking, the Wednesday and Thursday time frame will have pleasant to cool mornings and warm afternoons with lows in the mid to upper 50s north and highs in the low to mid 80s most places. If winds look to calm a bit more than expected Tuesday and Wednesday nights, there is room for a several more degrees of cooling based on the very dry air mass and mostly clear skies. It will be breezy to windy during the day, but more on that later. For Friday and into next weekend, a very gradual warming and moistening is expected as the air mass slowly modifies.

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