From the StormWatch7 Forecast Team:
Mainly clear and comfortably cool.
Winds: N 5 mph
Mostly sunny. Still very warm.
Winds: N 5-10 mph
Mostly sunny. Heat continues!
Winds: N 5 mph
Welcome to fall! Although, it's not going to feel like it for about another week. The clouds we had today from what's left of "Jose," will continue to break down tonight. As the skies clear, temperatures will be a bit cooler tonight, ranging from the mid 50s to the mid 60s.
Starting Saturday, the heat really starts to crank up and this unseasonable warmth will take us into next week. The weekend will be mostly sunny, keeping things nice, albeit hot, for anything you have planned.
Maria is still a major hurricane with max winds around 125 mph. The hurricane will continue a northerly push moving farther from the Bahamas. It is expected to remain a CAT3 through most of Saturday. Long range guidance keeps Maria off the east coast next week. However, the latest trends are bringing the storm closer to the Carolinas. Even without a landfall from Maria on the U.S. Mainland, gusty winds, strong seas, and dangerous rip currents are still possible. Of course, StormWatch7 will continue to monitor the latest guidance and any possible impacts to the states.
For those of you ready for some cooler weather, hold tight for another week. By next Friday, a cooler air mass settles in. Highs will fall back into the low to mid 70s, then the 60s with rain chances returning by next weekend.
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