Hey guys! It’s Colin. I apologize for not having consistent blogs (or getting them out on Saturday) as I’ve been thrown into the college gauntlet as of late and found myself studying the weather more than writing about it. It’s also been different being outside of North Texas, so it’s been a little more difficult to follow the weather. That being said, I won’t be backing down from the challenge!
RAINY START TO THE WEEK AHEAD:
Consistent rain is set to plague North Texas throughout the beginning portion of this week. Outer bands of Beta with excess moisture have brought light rain to our area as we transition into the fall season with temperatures in the mid 60s and low 70s through Tuesday. None of these showers are associated with severe storms as there isn’t instability present to cause any threat of lightning, thunder, or severe weather. It’s a typical fall rain that provides a nice relief from the rather dry weather from the past week.
REST OF THE WEEK:
The rain will clear out by Wednesday and temperatures will rise to the 80s by Friday, with highs in the upper 80s over the weekend. It should be a wonderful weekend, possibly one of the final “hot” weekends of the year (though, to be fair, the 80’s aren’t anywhere near “hot” to me anymore). The weather pattern will resume the relatively monotonous cloudless days with average temperatures as we look towards October for our eventual shift to colder weather.
Stay safe, stay active, stay weather aware!