Wind: N Calm Visibility: 10.0 mi
Pressure: 30.23 in
Conditions as of 6:53am
We are right in the middle of October, our driest month of the year, and here’s a week where there won’t be much rain around. The details of a mostly dry week and when rain comes back are in today’s Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast!
It’s been chilly recently, with lows in the 30s and highs in the low 60s. We’ll get into the 70s in the coming days for highs and the upper 40s for much of the next five days. Here’s the outlook:
- Tonight-Mostly clear. Low 45.
- Monday-Mostly sunny. High 74.
- Monday night-Mostly clear. Low 48.
- Tuesday-Mostly sunny. High 75.
- Wednesday-Mostly sunny. High 77.
- Thursday-Partly to mostly sunny. High 78.
- Friday-Increasing clouds with a small chance of rain. High 74.
During the course of the week, a cold front will approach our area, but just like typically happens this time of year (and similarly in summer), the front will stop, move north/northwest as a warm front, then become a cold front and try again.
Eventually, a cold front will be strong enough to move through here and bring in another shot of cold air. That process should start late Friday, with rain showers appearing to be likely on Saturday as the front moves through.
But for now, we’ve got cool mornings and warm afternoons, and dry weather to look forward to. Highs will be in the mid 70s early in the week to the late 70s toward the end of the week. Clouds will increase Friday, cooling things down a bit.
All that being said, it’s a good week to get out and go do things if you’ve got the ability. I hope you enjoy the fine week of weather ahead. I’ll have updates throughout the week just in case something in the forecast needs to change. Have great week!
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