Today will be nice with increasing cloudiness. Temps will be mid and upper 60s to lower 70s in the southern areas.The strong front will cross the region overnight and tomorrow temps will be about 10 degrees cooler. Then about 5- 10 degrees cooler after that. This will mean most areas will freeze that have not officially ending the rest of the growing season for anyone.
Wednesday through Friday will see highs in the 40s north, and 50s south with some 30s in the mountains. There is a chance that the mountains will see a touch of snow this coming Thursday into Friday while the rest of us see some isolated showers Friday.
Long term, a slow return to seasonal to just above normal temperatures seems likely as the Jet stream takes a zonal flow pattern. There could be a significant weather maker around the 11th which I ill keep an eye on.
All for now!