Weekly Outlook: September 12-18, 2022

We’ve got another week that starts out with some rain, but shouldn’t end that way.

Last week’s heavy rain helped, but we remain in in severe to extreme drought. Image provided by the National Drought Mitigation Center.

We start off with a few showers this morning as a warm front moves through, but once they end we’ll see some sunshine today with warm and humid conditions. Clouds return tonight as a cold front approaches, and that front will produce some showers and thunderstorms as it moves through on Tuesday. A few storms may produce some gusty winds and heavy downpours, but for the most part, this should be a light rainfall event for the region. Behind the front, high pressure starts to build in on Wednesday, but temperatures will remain on the mild side. A stronger push of colder air moves in Wednesday night, leading to below normal temperatures for Thursday through Saturday. Temperatures may fail to reach 70 for highs in parts of the region, especially Thursday and Friday. By Sunday, the high moves off the east, allowing temperatures to moderate across the region.

Tuesday’s rain will be beneficial, but we need a lot more. Image provided by WeatherBell.

Monday: Intervals of clouds and sun, a few showers likely, mainly in the morning. High 77-84.

Monday night: Mostly cloudy, showers may redevelop toward daybreak. Low 62-69.

Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers, possibly a thunderstorm. High 73-80.

Tuesday night: Clearing. Low 54-61.

Wednesday: Plenty of sunshine. High 74-81.

Thursday: More sunshine. High 67-74.

Friday: Sunshine continues. High 66-73.

Saturday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds. High 70-77.

Sunday: A mix of sun and clouds. High 72-79.

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