The cold front that came through Tuesday morning is now lined up from near Grove Hill to Montgomery to near Lafayette, Alabama. Thanks to that, temperatures still feel much like fall this morning with upper 50s and 60s in some spots. But hotter air will make its way in through this weekend.
Today will be sunny with fewer clouds in place, gradually getting warmer with highs in the upper 80s today.
Tomorrow Through the Weekend - Tomorrow will be a bit warmer, starting out the day in the low 70s, warming up to the low 90s at the peak of the day with abundant sunshine. Saturday looks to be the same with highs in the low 90s. By Sunday, another cold front comes through our area, and scattered showers and storms will be possible along and behind of the front. Nothing heavy or widespread, though.
Marching Weekend at Wylie - The weather should continue to be dry this Saturday. Highs should be in the lower 90s at the peak of the day, before cooling down into the low 80s by the finals awards announcements.
Football Weather - A clear sky is in store for us for tomorrow's high school football games. Temperatures will fall from 87 degrees at kickoff to near the lower 80s by the final whistle.
Summit High School will be on the road to take on Lancaster High School this Friday night (kickoff @ 7:30p). The game will be played under a clear sky. Temperatures should be close to 88 degrees at kickoff, falling into 79-82 by the end of the fourth quarter.
Next Week - It should be cooler and drier by Monday with highs in the mid 70s for much of early next week. The rest of the week continues to be overall dry and pleasant with highs in the low 80s. Some places might even see lows in the 40s again, but that will come with time.
Tropics - Hurricane Ophellia is in the Eastern Atlantic, moving out towards the northeast. It should come close to Ireland and become post-tropical cyclone by early next week. The rest of the Atlantic, is quiet.