After some morning clouds and light fog we’ll enjoy a mostly sunny and wind afternoon. Temperatures later today will be about 10 degrees warmer than normal:
A powerful storm system is slamming into the Pacific Northwest this weekend. Wind gusts today could top 100-mph along the Oregon coastline. This storm system is strong enough to change the weather pattern over the entire United States.
Ahead of the storm system high pressure (and warm weather) will dominate most of the U.S. including the Lone Star State. We expect highs to get to near-record highs:
By Wednesday night a powerful cold front sweeps in with the coldest air of the season rushing in behind it. We’ll go from overnight lows in the 70’s to a daytime high only in the 60’s:
Here is your extended forecast. I don’t expect the cold air to stick around very long. We’ll have some cool nights but I believe it’ll warm right back up heading into Halloween: