Hermine Departs – Pleasant Second weekend of September

Discussion: The post tropical remnants of Hermine continue to fall apart to our south. As we head into tomorrow, it will become a mere memory as a weak cold front approaches and stalls just north of us late in the day. Expect a warm humid day with partial sunshine, and highs 80-85. An isolated shower or storm will develop during the afternoon, and then again Sunday afternoon with the approach of another front. Warm weather continues into next week until the approach of another front on Wednesday.

Short Term Forecast:

8PM – 12AM

  • Skies: Mostly Cloudy with light rain
  • Temperatures: 74 –> 72
  • Winds: NE 5-8 mph
  • Precip: 50%

12AM – 4AM

  • Skies: Partly cloudy
  • Temperatures: 72 –> 68
  • Winds: NE 5 mph
  • Precip: 10%

4AM – 8AM

  • Skies: Partly cloudy
  • Temperature:  68–> 70
  • Winds: NE 5 mph
  • Precip: 0%

Three Day Forecast:

Tonight: Mostly clear. Northwest wind 5 mph. Low near 70.

Thursday: Mixed sun and clouds with an isolated afternoon thunderstorm. High 80-85.

Thursday night: Partly cloudy, an isolated shower or thunderstorm. Lows 73-76.

Friday: Mostly sunny. Highs 84-88.

Saturday: Mix of sun and clouds. High near 80.

Technical discussion: ul: A closed low will slowly depart to our east tonight. In its wake some ridging gradually builds in behind. A longwave trough approaches northern new england this weekend.

sfc: The remnants of Hermine dissipated and/or depart east by tomorrow. A low traversing the lake into canada will help to push a weak cold front towards our region on Thursday with an isolated afternoon shower or thunderstorm into the evening. Transient High pressure builds in behind and into the weekend. As it departs a warm front gets pushed through on Saturday before another cold front approaches on Sunday. Broad high pressure builds in early next week before another cold front approaches on Wednesday.






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