7:00 AM | Cool front ushers in a reinforcing shot of cooler-than-normal air for the rest of the week
Becoming mostly sunny, breezy, cool, highs in the upper 70’s
Mostly clear, quite cool, lows in the low 50’s
Mostly sunny, cool, mid 70’s
Mainly clear, quite cool, mid 50’s
Mostly sunny, cool, low-to-mid 70’s
Mostly sunny, cool, near 70
Partly sunny, cool, low-to-mid 70’s
Partly sunny, comfortable, upper 70’s
A weak cool front is working its way through the region this morning and high pressure will resume control of our weather this afternoon and evening. In fact, high pressure from the Midwest will control the weather scene in the northeastern quadrant of the country from later today through the remainder of the week. Temperatures will remain below normal for this time of year with highs generally in the 70’s along the I-95 corridor during the next several days. The normal high for Reagan National Airport in DC on this date is 80 degrees and the first half of September ended 3.9 degrees above normal due primarily to a very warm opening week.
Elsewhere, the remains of Hurricane Odile will spread heavy rainfall into Arizona and New Mexico over the next few days with several inches likely by the end of the week. This active tropical pattern in the eastern Pacific will continue in the foreseeable future as the next tropical system, Polo, is already getting organized. Polo could very well spread additional rains into the Baja region and Southwest US during the next week to ten days. Meanwhile, in the Atlantic Basin, Hurricane Edouard churns along as a category 2 storm and it continues to pose no threat to land.