Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Beautiful weather for the Mid-South

Following a weird weather weekend with the passage of Ike to our northwest, fall high pressure has settled over the area, bringing low humidity, cool and dry northeast wind, and very pleasant temperatures. Morning lows have been dipping well into the 50s the past few mornings over the entire area, while highs in the 70s have been refreshing!

The pattern will shift slightly over the course of the next few days as humidity ever so slowly creeps up and temperatures moderate slightly. There still are no good chances of rain in the forseeable future, so while it may be a little more seasonal temperature-wise, it will continue to be dry.

The tropics continue to be quiet as well after an amazing stretch during the first half of September. Let's hope it stays that way for a while!

2 comments:

Bryan said...

While I'm sure Ike was rough on Texas, I'm really appreciative of the cool weather it brought in. Today's the first day I've run my air conditioner since that front moved through.

memwxnet said...

It has been gorgeous Bryan! We had our A/C of for a couple of days too. Thanks for reading my blog!