WEATHER BLOG: Damp ThursdayA damp Thursday that brought about 0.5 inch of rain to most areas has now moved away, and drier, cooler air is on the way.
WEATHER BLOG: Cloudy SkiesA very close to normal day weatherwise across the region, as temperatures returned to more seasonal levels.
WEATHER BLOG: Beautiful MondayAfter an absolutely beautiful Monday with a high near 70 degrees, cooler temps are on the way for Tuesday along with a few clouds from time to time.
WEATHER BLOG: Nice AfternoonAfter a rainy start, things cleared up nicely this afternoon. Temperatures actually reached into the low to mid 60s most places.
WEATHER BLOG: Damp TuesdayA damp Tuesday is winding down, as stronger breezes and drier air are beginning to push out the rains from earlier.
WEATHER BLOG: Mild Temps On TapSome very mild temperatures are on tap for the first week here in November. Our normal high now is around the low 60s, but we expect to be about 10 degrees above normal almost every day this week.
WEATHER BLOG: Above Average TempsWe'll continue to see clouds streaming in across the area tonight with moisture coming northward from an area of low pressure that is moving through the Gulf Coast states.
WEATHER BLOG: Dry, But CoolWe will remain dry, but cool as we head into the overnight hours tonight. Lows will bottom out in the upper 30s for most areas.
WEATHER BLOG: Fine Start To WeekendFine start to a weekend with temps very close to our normal--that means low 60s for highs, upper 30s to low 40s at night for the normal lows.
WEATHER BLOG: Another Perfect DayAnother perfect day across the region. Looks like even warmer temps on tap tomorrow.
WEATHER BLOG: Cold Snap ComingA secondary surface cold front has pushed through the region this morning, ushering in the coolest air of the season thus far. 850 mb level temperatures falling to -3 to -4 C today should translate to highs in the middle 50s across the region today, 8-10 degrees below the normal high for October 17.
WEATHER BLOG: Chilliest Air Of The SeasonGet ready for the chillest air of the season so far... it moves in this weekend. A big, strong area of high pressure in the northern plains will move southeastward and build into the region over the next couple of days.