After a rather rainy and dreary last few days, thanks to Tropical Storm Ophelia, we will see temperatures rebound to more comfortable values and potentially see a break in the clouds! We are beginning to see some color in the higher elevation, so it will be good to get out and see some of it as we head into the latter part of the forecast period.


We will see one more day of dreary conditions as the final bouts of the remnants of Ophelia start to move out of the region. Expect cloudy conditions with high temperatures ranging from the upper-50s to low-60s. We will see a wind out of the northeast at 5-10 MPH with occasional gusts up to 20-25 MPH.


Taking a look at the future radar, widespread showers and locally heavier drizzle/fog will be around the area for the morning commute with temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s. A classic fall-like morning!

By the time we move into the lunch hour, we will see an overall decrease in the coverage of the rain, although thick cloud cover will hold across the area. There will also be the potential for light drizzle in a few locations, which may not show up on radar.

By the mid-afternoon and into the evening hours, most of the shower and drizzle activity should be coming to an end, with mostly cloudy skies across the region.



As we roll around into the middle of the week, we will finally see the precipitation clear out of the region and peaks of sunshine return across the area. Expect high temperatures ranging from the low-60s to mid-60s with a slight easterly wind of 5 MPH.


Thursday will be a great day to enjoy the outdoors as temperatures climb into the mid-to-upper 60s under a mix of sun and clouds. After the cool and wet period since last Saturday, Thursday will be very enjoyable! Expect slight southeasterly winds at 5-10 MPH.

That is all for now! Enjoy the rest of your week. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out.

–  Denys Khrulov