This might be it. Our high of 90° this afternoon (as long as we reach it) could mark the last day in the 90s for the year. Given the forecast over the next couple weeks and how tough it is to get 90s in October, I think we're hard pressed to see 90° again. We've had 53 days in the 90s so far this year, well above the 37 day average, so I think we've definitely had our fill!
Tomorrow's cold front looks to be on-track, bringing us waves or bands of scattered showers during the morning through about mid afternoon. We'll keep an eye on how quickly the rain moves in since it could impact parts of the morning commute. As of now it looks like it will be just after the main part of the commute, but we'll have an update tonight and in the morning on Sunrise. There may be a few rumbles of thunder, but I wouldn't count on it given the early day timing and lack of instability here. Rainfall totals will be light with this setup.
in the 40s and 50s will be what this front brings us after it passes through. Brrrr! Daytime highs will be in the 70s with sunshine. BUT... there's some uncertainty for midweek and beyond in the forecast. A cut-off low, one that detaches itself from the main flow so that the jet stream doesn't push it along, will develop to our north. Where does that low go? The GFS model says it will ship eastward toward the Northeast and not cause us any issues. The Euro, on the other hand, has it drifting over us and retrograding a bit, meaning moving westward/backwards. That would give us showers and numerous clouds while also holding down temperatures. The Euro has not been consistent with this solution, so our forecast trends toward the GFS for now. We'll update you on how this evolves over the next few days. See the video below for more!