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Pleasant outlook as Fall Begins, Monday Update 4:30pm

National Hurricane Center Tropical Outlook
As we were beginning a new week today, the summer of 2008 was coming to an end. The autumnal equinox arrived at 10: 44 a.m. Over the next couple of days we will have equal hours of daylight and darkness. In fact, from here on the days will be getting shorter as we close in on the winter season.

You can say goodbye to the extreme heat. Our temperatures will remain very comfortable throughout the rest of the week and weekend. We will have a clear sky tonight, with lows in the 50s. An area of high pressure building into the northeast will force some cooler/dry air southward. We will start feeling this wedge tomorrow as an easterly flow develops. This will make for a very comfortable day, with lots of sun and highs in the 80s. The east breeze may be slightly stronger on Wednesday, with more bright skies and comfortable temperatures. I do think we will experience some really cool conditions Wednesday night, as lows will be near 52 degrees. Some locations may be in the upper 40s by Thursday morning. Needless to say, it’s probably time to break out some of those sweaters.

The pattern locally won’t change much through the rest of the week. We will have more clouds around on Friday and Saturday. This will be in response to a disturbance to our northeast. What is quite interesting is that a tropical disturbance over Puerto Rico is expected become more organized and track northward. Some data even suggests that a more potent tropical system may impact the northeast by early next week. Be sure to tune in tonight for more local weather details!

Wes Wyatt
Chief Meteorologist