A cold front will pass through the area Friday. A cool high pressure system will build in the front's wake - meaning "a fall feel" is likely for the weekend.
FRIDAY NIGHT FORECAST: A stray thundershower may occur - most especially in the evening. Otherwise, expect dry and cooler north breezes. Temperatures will dip to the 60s late.
SATURDAY FORECAST: Fall weather fans: enjoy! Expect variable clouds, a low (10%) chance of a shower, and high temperatures mainly in the upper 70s. Winds: northeast 10 - 20mph.
SATURDAY NIGHT FORECAST: Under clear to partly cloudy skies and with slackening winds, temperatures will fall to lows in the cool 50s (inland) and 60s (coast) by Sunday morning.
EXTENDED FORECAST: Sunday will feature mainly sunny skies and highs mainly in the low 80s. Most days next week will have highs in the 80s and low (near 10%) rain chances.
TROPICAL AREAS OF INTEREST:
- Tropical Storm Ingrid, in the southern Gulf of Mexico as of Friday night, will likely bring excessive rain and flooding to northeastern Mexico for the weekend and next week.
- Tropical Storm Humberto will continue it's relatively harmless track through the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean through the weekend and next week.
- The remnants of Tropical Storm Gabrielle will likely bring rain squalls to southeastern Canada this weekend.
First Alert Meteorologists Gannon Medwick, Colin Hackman, Eric Davis, and Iisha Scott will keep you updated.
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