Meteorologist Brian van de Graaff's Hump Day Forecast

Another great late summer day...average high dips to 79° and will not be 80° again until next May!

Today:
Mostly Sunny, Pleasant
Highs: 74º-79º
Wind: NE/SE 5-10 mph
Overnight:
Mostly Clear and Cool
Lows: 53°-61°
Wind: SE 2-4 mph
Tomorrow:
Partly to Mostly Sunny, Nice
Highs: 74°-79°
Wind: N 5-10 mph

This time of year we often see a pool of cool and dry air high pressure migrate southward from Canada and the Great Lakes and treat us to strings of what feels like, early autumn days. In fact, we expect this string of cool and dry weather to continue through Friday. The weekend still looks partly cloudy and dry but there are signs of a warming trend developing as temperatures crest the 80° mark. No real appreciable rain chances until maybe early next week.  Maybe you have noticed it being a little dry so far this month? Read all about it here in Alex Liggitt's latest blog.
Have a great day!

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High/Low Yesterday: 80º/ 63º
Precipitation: Trace
Normal High/Low: 79º/62º
Record High/Low: 96º(1991) / 44º(1923)

SUNRISE: 6:51AM | SUNSET: 7:13PM