Good morning, WABBLES! Are you loving this weather? (We sure are!) If so, today’s post will be a fun read for you, as that seasonal trend of comfortable humidity and cooler temperatures will carry on for the remainder of the week.
If you are out and about early this morning, there may be patchy fog on the roadways. Generally, fog forms when the temperature and dew point are the same value and winds are stagnant, especially in low-lying areas. These conditions will be likely for our community up until the late morning.
Other than that, the forecast will once more be influenced by high pressure, promoting abundant sunshine and calm winds. Temperatures will reach the lower 70’s by the afternoon, then drop down to the lower 50’s by nightfall. With that seasonal low humidity, conditions will be comfortable, crisp even.
For the start of the weekend, a cold front will pass through our community, calling for a slight chance for showers. These will take place in the brief window of the morning (up until about 11am) and will produce light amounts of precipitation. Other than that, we stay dry for the remainder of the weekend.
Thanks to the passage of that frontal boundary, temperatures will stay cooler, only peaking in the upper 70’s. Once again, humidity will be low, with dew points remaining at or below the mid 50 degree mark. On the other hand, weekend nights will have low’s in the lower to mid 50’s. What a time to plan a bonfire!