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If today was a bit too cold for you, we have a slight warm up on the way Thursday.
Sunshine will once again be plentiful as highs warm to the low 80’s. We will also see a small uptick in our humidity from today, but it shouldn’t be too noticeable.
This Thursday warm up will be ahead of yet another cold front that is headed our way. This will be a dry front, so no rain is expected, but it will bring our temperatures back in check.
With this front our lows Friday into Saturday are forecast to fall into the upper 40’s once again.
The weekend will bring even more sunshine, low humidity, and temperatures in the mid and low 70’s.
It will be a pleasant weekend, that will likely continue into next week as well.
Although we are forecasting a miniscule warm up, temperatures across the southeast will be staying below normal for much of the next two weeks. Congrats to everyone who is loving this fall weather!
Along with all that, it is still hurricane season for a while more. An area of activity (the red x) is forecast to strengthen into a tropical cyclone within the next five days.
Another area of storms (the yellow x) is also forecast to move closer to the Caribbean, but within the next 5 days, this system will likely not be a cyclone.
While we don’t know where this system will go once it has formed, we definitely need to keep a close eye on it.