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Autumn air has arrived! Larger storm complex arrives tomorrow, as rain chances return

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A chilly start this morning, at least for some, as temperatures have fallen to their coolest since late May! Under clear skies and light winds, our current readings have most areas holding in the middle to upper 40s. Bright sunshine will be expected ALL day and afternoon readings should recover nicely to seasonal levels of 73°. Gusty winds (SW 15-25 mph) will be with us later today too, especially between the hours of 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.!

Clouds will be increasing later tonight, as a larger storm comes into play from southern Canada. This storm is slowly becoming a cut-off low, basically detaching itself from the jet stream. We typically see these in the fall! Whats this mean? Honestly, it means a lot more cloud cover, periods of rain and just a dreary overall feel for SEVERAL days, as it just sits and spins. No flooding threat, as rain amounts remain low but a few cold air funnels (non-tornadic) could raise the alarm bell for some avid cloud viewers!