We are starting our Tuesday, September 12, 2017 with the remnants of Irma south of MI, and heading north.
Cloud cover increases Monday and a few scattered showers are possible through the beginning of the week. In fact, we'll see A LOT more dry time than wet and rain totals will be very unimpressive.More news: Monaco's Thomas Lemar to join Manchester United in January
Today brings another day of summer air in September with ample sunshine and highs in the 80s, though with a light prevailing wind, we'll likely find afternoon sea breezes at the coast. Tomorrow will offer the best chance for rain this week as the low that was once Irma lifts over Pennsylvania. Upper level energy swings through Thursday, enhancing the shower threat and keeps skies overcast.
After a little sun this morning, considerable clouds will be around for much of the rest of our Wednesday, with a few scattered showers moving through the area as well.More news: Iwobi Excited As Arsenal Face Cologne In Europa League
Thursday and Friday look warmer, with afternoon high temperatures closer to 80 degrees.
For tonight, we'll find partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be similar to Wednesday, where most top out in the upper 60s. However, we will continue to closely monitor developments with Jose, now meandering as a Category 1 hurricane well north of Puerto Rico and northeast of the Turks and Caicos Islands. The storm will slowly loop back around and will begin to move towards the northwest this weekend, where it is then expected to weaken, given some unfavorable conditions. I still can't rule out a shower here or there but over 90% of us will be mostly sunny and comfortable with highs in the mid 70s.More news: Hurricane Jose continues to meander in the Atlantic
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