September 30, 2008 Leave a comment
I sure had a blast out at the new Duncanville Middle School today. I along with weather intern Laura Radford hit the road this afternoon and the weather was picture-perfect. You will notice some big temperatures changes over the next few days.
Tonight a cold front will move through ushering in more fall-like temperatures. This oncoming cold front will give us comfortable weather for the daytime hours; however, the nights will be very chilly. Our low tonight will be near 53 degrees, with a light northwest wind. Tomorrow through Friday will brings us highs in the mid to upper 70s, with lows in the chilly 40s! A very dry air mass settling in will mean bright skies for the rest of the week. There may be a few more clouds around as temperatures begin a slow warm-up over the weekend.
Looking ahead, there appears to be better signs of a rain maker looming around the Tuesday/Wednesday time frame of next week. A strong leeside low looks to drop into the southern Plains and this may help to promote shower development by next Tuesday afternoon. We are around 10” below average in the rainfall department and any rain would be very beneficial at this time.
WVUA Chief Meteorologist