Happy Thursday! I hope everyone’s been able to enjoy this warm and dry week so far. As for the rest of this week, things look to remain pretty much the same with some big changes arriving this weekend.
Also, in case you missed it here’s a look at the stunning sunrise over WKU this morning via White Squirrel Weather!
If you liked yesterday’s weather, then today should be a treat for you! High pressure continues to dominate the forecast area leading to, yup you guessed it, more quiet and warm conditions. High temperatures will top out in the low 80s for most.
Tomorrow, expect more of the same. Mostly sunny skies will prevail with high temperatures once again reaching the low 80s. We are well above average for this time of year, our typical high temperature should only be reaching the mid 70s. I’m just so ready for fall.
As for this weekend, a cold front looks to swing by bringing some scattered showers with it (finally!!). We should see shower activity pick up Saturday evening and especially into Sunday.
We’re also keeping an eye on what is Tropical Depression Nate. The remnants of Nate could swing up through the gulf and bring additional rain. That is something we’ll continue to monitor, but in the meantime here is the latest track from the National Hurricane Center.
Today: Warm and dry weather continues with mostly sunny skies. Highs near 83° Overnight, mostly clear skies with lows near 57°.
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny with a high temperature near 84°. Overnight, partly cloudy skies with lows nearing 62°.
Saturday: Clouds increase leading to mostly cloudy skies, scattered showers by the afternoon and evening hours with highs near 85°. Overnight, showers continue with lows near 66°.