Even though autumn officially arrives tomorrow, more hazy, hot and humid weather is in store for us over the next several days. Temperatures tonight will only drop to the upper 60s, with patchy dense fog developing, much like the last several mornings:
Just a very slight storm chance tomorrow through early next week — the daily 10-20% chance is more typical of late July rather than late September:
The overall weather pattern won’t shift until late next week — a cold front will bring a better chance of showers and thunderstorms Thursday, and a significantly cooler air mass in time for next weekend:
We’re still tracking the same two tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean:
Jose will drift around for the next few days, weakening as it does so:
Maria is back to Category Three hurricane status, but it will also weaken as it stays offshore over the next five days:
The various forecast models on the “spaghetti plot” all agree with that offshore forecast — still, we’ll keep a close eye on the storm over the next several days:
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