I'll be brief this morning, we are heading down to Sarasota today as my father has taken a turn for the worse and he is refusing any more treatment... he's done. I just need to be there with him.
It will be sunny and relatively dry today and Thursday, but rain chances return on Friday. The models are coming into better agreement regarding the evolution of the closed low over the central part of the country, but the exact location of the rain field is still in question.
The WPC keeps the majority of the precip to our west and closer to the upper level low. Of course. That doesn't mean we won't see any rain, but just not as heavy or as beneficial as the folks to our west will see if this track holds true.
The signs are pointing toward much cooler temperatures for the final days of the month.
This is what Blairsville would look like
The CFSv2 has been bullish on the cold and has done a better long range job than the Euro Weeklies.
Only time will tell, so we'll wait and see.
I may have more this evening, we'll see how it goes. We probably won't get down to Sarasota until 6 pm or so, it's going to be a long day.
I hope everyone has a great Wednesday! Get out and enjoy the day!
O hushed October morning mild,
Thy leaves have ripened to the fall;
Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild,
Should waste them all. –Robert Frost (1874–1963)