It got to 64 today which was nice…but another freezing night is in the forecast tomorrow night! Welcome to your Tuesday evening discussion for October 9, 2012!
TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY: Tomorrow morning, the frost threat is much less with lows around 44. Along with that, another quick system will push through on Wednesday morning, bringing some clouds to the area which will keep temperatures warmer tonight. I am, though, removing the rain chance from the forecast — this front is just too dry to do anything here. It also looks colder than initially forecast, and I’m going to drop the high to 59 for tomorrow. IF the Reds have to play tomorrow, then they’ll be playing under dry skies, but you’ll want to take the sweater as temperatures will plunge into the 40’s by the end of the game.
THURSDAY: At this point, Thursday highs will be around 65 under partly cloudy skies again. Now…here’s the rub. Models now bring a chance of rain Thursday night with a warm front. I’m not sure I buy the rain chance…but I can’t rule it out entirely. I’ll keep most of us dry, but the far southern counties do stand a better chance. Lows Thursday night will be back around 46.
FRIDAY-SUNDAY: Friday and Saturday will be dry with highs around 63 on Friday behind that little wave on Thursday night, and 72 on Saturday ahead of the next cold front. I need to leave that rain chance on Sunday, because I still think that the next front will have something to it. At this point, it doesn’t look like a major problem, but stay tuned on this one…it could affect the Bengals game Sunday. Either way, we will be back into the 70’s Sunday afternoon. Low temperatures will be in the 50’s. I still think NWS Wilmington is slightly too high for lows on Saturday night, so I’ll go 58.
MONDAY: Back to dry conditions and highs around 68. Fall is definitely here.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow along as I watch our skies and occasionally our roads:
NEXT DISCUSSION: I’m back tomorrow morning before 7:00. Until then, take care!