The first day of October certainly isn’t going to be a memorable one. Last year on this day we had snow, today we are seeing rain. The culprit is an area of low pressure that is currently situated over Mississippi and Alabama. Over the next two days the system will make it’s way northeastward into the Ohio Valley. As a result, we’ll see dreary, soggy conditions today and tomorrow. Today will be rather chilly as well as temperatures won’t get out of the 50’s.
Once we get through the next few days, the rest of the work week looks very nice. High pressure returns on Wednesday and remains into the first part of the weekend. You can expect a good bit of sunshine and slightly above average temperatures.
We’ll begin to see the effects of our next system of interest beginning late Saturday as clouds move in. There is some model disagreement right now on the timing of the frontal passage but Sunday looks to see scattered showers and cooler temperatures.