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September 30, 2019 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

September 30, 2019

Clouds earlier today kept us from breaking today’s record high, but it appears we have a few days in a row where broken records will be a thing. Organized rain chances aren’t in the forecast, even when we cool off. Here’s the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through Friday:

  • Tonight-Stray showers ending, then partly cloudy. Morning fog possible. Low 65.
  • Tuesday-Mostly sunny, a stray shower or storm is possible. High 90.
  • Tuesday night-Partly cloudy. low 65.
  • Wednesday-Mostly sunny, with record heat. High 91.
  • Thursday-Mostly sunny, record heat continues. High 92.
  • Friday-Mostly sunny. High 78.

Nothing interesting weather wise this way comes until Thursday night. High pressure keeps bringing us hot weather until a cold front changes our weather to at least a little closer to average temperatures on Friday and into the weekend.

We’re supposed to be in the low to mid 70’s this time of year for afternoon highs. The only day we’ll be close to that is Friday. Records are possible tomorrow through Thursday:

  • Tuesday record, 90 degrees set in 1953. Forecast high=90.
  • Wednesday record, 85 degrees set in 1986. Forecast high=91.
  • Thursday record, 88 degrees set in 2007. Forecast high=92.

With average highs around 73 or 74 degrees, you can see we’re well above normal, with record shattering days possible Wednesday and Thursday.

That said, the cold front Thursday night will usher in cooler weather by at least ten degrees or more. It will be a dry front once again, which means we’ll not see any rain. That’s something we do need. But for now, we’ll take cooler weather, as we might not reach 80 on Friday.

A look into the extended forecast shows potential for a cold front with moisture to approach on Monday or Tuesday and finally bring everyone a good chance of rain and storms. That would be good news if it happens!

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