Long Range models indicating a return of below normal temperatures to the southeast around the first week or two of October. Even though this long range, it does stand a chance at verifying simply due to the fact that multiple indications agree with this solution. Updates as the time nears..
According to a few different models, a roaring high pressure system looks to take control over the east coast by the end of the next week. Along with this ridge, the temperatures look to return back a “summer” like feel. Hopefully a few of you don’t mind the return to the heat? Good news, if you don’t like the heat, this looks to be the last true heat wave for the east coast for the remainder of the year.
Around the 29th
A cold front moving through will bring some pretty decent amount of rainfall for portions of the Mississippi valley by mid-day, then moving through Tennessee and Carolinas by the evening hours.
With the cold front passing through, temperatures should be slightly below average and comfortable if you enjoy the fall season with no clouds in sight!