Fall formally gets here on Thursday night
Today will remain primarily cloudy with highs remaining seasonable, anticipate low to mid 70s. Another round of some scattered rain possible throughout the location this afternoon. Overnight we slowly dry and clear out with lows more seasonable, anticipate mid 50s by Wednesday early morning.
Wednesday is our last complete day of summer season. Anticipate brighter conditions with highs in the mid 70s variety. Over night clouds will roll back into the location with some rain anticipated by Thursday early morning. Thursday will remain overcast with some scattered rain throughout the day as a cold front techniques. Fall formally starts Thursday night at 9:04 PM. As quickly as we head into fall, temperature levels and humidity levels drop. Overnight into Friday early morning lows will dip down into the 40s and the breeze gets.
Our very first day of fall is breezy and cold. Anticipate sunlight however highs will just be around 60 °. Clear and cold conditions anticipated overnight into Saturday early morning with lows down into the low to mid 40s. Saturday remains generally bright with highs in the mid 60s. A couple of more clouds on Sunday and somewhat warmer with highs back into the low 70s.
Typhoon Fiona is now a significant Classification 3 cyclone. Fiona will likely reinforce to a classification 4 prior to turning Northeast and having a huge effect on Bermuda Thursday night and Friday. At this time, design contract is that Fiona will pass well to our East, however high browse and harmful rip currents at the beaches in your area for completion of the week and into the weekend.
Chelsea Priest, ABC6 Meteorologist