This is my first Fall up here in the High Country, so I’ve never seen the foliage first hand. I must say, it is pretty incredible. I feel like a tourist driving around because I’m just gazing at the mountains in awe of the colors. Unfortunately, that drive was in the rain this morning and it looks like the rest of today will be that way.
An area of low pressure is beginning to make it’s way up the eastern seaboard. Currently, it is located over the Florida Panhandle. Over the course of today it will make it’s way into the Carolinas and then move off to the northeast tomorrow. The system is bringing a lot of moisture into the region. Showers will continue today and temperatures will remain on the cool side. It’s going to be a pretty yucky day.
Showers should taper off by midday tomorrow as the system moves to the northeast. The afternoon should be dry and temperatures will warm up compared to today.
A cold front moves through on Thursday. Showers and an isolated thunderstorm or two will mainly be confined to the afternoon and evening hours. Behind the front, high pressure will begin to build into the region and we are looking at another awesome weekend. Temperatures will be fairly cool but there will be plenty of sunshine. We just have to get through the next few days!