Fall comes in sunny, cool and dry

Fall brings dry and sunny weather to start season

A cool start to fall with sunny skies and dry conditions that will last all week long. We'll gradually warm each day to seasonable temperatures in the mid 70s. A strong ridge of high pressure will set up residency over the Midwest and keep the dry weather going.  By the end of the week, the 80s will return and we could see a few showers late Sunday but at this point, no major weather system is on our radar. Happy Fall!

The autumnal equinox, start of fall, arrives tonight at 10:29 p.m., with equal day and night hours. The sun crosses the celestial equator and the direct sun light favors the southern hemisphere. The southern hemisphere is getting ready for summer now while we're cooling down and headed towards winter.

Happy fall!

TODAY

Sunny

unseasonably cool

High 65

TONIGHT

Mostly Clear

and chilly

Low  44

TOMORROW

Sunny and dry

High 72

 

 

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