Sunday, October 5, 2008

A wet mid-week, and 100 posts

Thanks to building high pressure, temperatures have warmed the past couple of days after a very nice week. Humidity will follow suit, creeping up the next couple of days as high reach the mid to possibly upper 80s. Thanks to higher humidity, morning lows won't be quite as cool as the past several days.

This week, we will have a fairly significant trough move through mid week. Though it's origins in the Pacific mean there is not a lot of cool air behind it, it will pick up on the increasing moisture and bring us our best chance of rain in probably several weeks. Rain and some t'storms will be moving in from the west Tuesday afternoon and evening and it could be fairly wet through Wednesday, before tapering off with the passage of a "cool" front Wednesday night. Conditions look to be dry and warm on the backside of the trough for the end of the week and into the Fall Break weekend - for those who are tied to the local school's calendars.

I'd also like to point out that this is my 100th blog posting since starting several months ago. Thanks to all of my readers for their comments, questions and support! Also don't forget to check out MWN Mobile when you get a chance at!

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