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October 1, 2019 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

October 1, 2019

There’s not much change in the forecast to speak of, but there is a chance of some decent rain coming. That, however, won’t be here for most of another week, though. Here’s the forecast for the second of October through the fifth!

First of all, it was hot enough today to break our record high for October 1st. We hit 93 degrees, which broke the previous highest for this date, which was 90. More of that is on the way, but not for long.

  • Tonight-Partly cloudy with some patchy fog. Low 65.
  • Wednesday-Sunny and hot. High 93.
  • Wednesday night-Partly cloudy. Low 65.
  • Thursday-Sunny and hot. High 94.
  • Friday-Partly cloudy. Highs near 80.
  • Saturday-Partly to mostly sunny. Highs near 80.

The heat continues through Thursday, and both days should break records. The record for Wednesday is 85 degrees, set in 1986. That one’s going to fall, as will the record high for Thursday. It’s 88 degrees, which we set a dozen years ago. Both days’ records will have 2019 and a number well above 90 before relief arrives.

That will happen on Thursday night as a cold front moves through our area. There’s not going to be much moisture with it, so we’ll stay in dry conditions which will continue the drought that is developing.

Cooler weather does return this weekend, and by Monday a cold front with some rain could finally get into our area and help the dry conditions a bit. It’s a long way to go before we get there, so I’ll keep an eye out on that. Hopefully some rain will arrive, because we haven’t seen a total of an inch of rain in over a month!

More updates are to come at least through Thursday, so stay tuned!

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