Cool air aloft will aid in producing showers today that are a result of warming sunshine and an upper level disturbance. Nothing too long and, if you get a shower, the temps will cool rapidly and then likely rebound. Temps generally in the 60s north and low 70s south. Coldest night so fr this season expected tonight. Mountain regions west of the Blue Ridge could see their first frost. Temps in the 30s out there, while low and mid 40s for many, some southern and coastal regions will see lower 50s.
On more cool day with highs again 60s to around 70 Thursday.
Temps warm to the mid and upper 70s Friday with increasing clouds in the afternoon. Friday night and Saturday look wet, maybe a few thunderstorms as well. Temps about the same Saturday and even into early next week as drying conditions set in Sunday and last until at least Tuesday.
Tropics still quiet for now and September was extremely quiet! There are hints in models that conditions may present some chances for a storm forming next week.
All for now.