Chris’ Thursday Morning Weather Briefing 9/22/11
THE LAST DAY OF SUMMER
The Summer of 2011 will not go out with a bang here in Southern Kentucky today. We’ll see some sun to start but giving way to more clouds by afternoon as our next disturbance moves in. We’ll have a good chance for seeing numerous showers and a few thunderstorms tonight into Friday morning. Once that weathermaker moves out, the rest of Friday looks good, though it will be quite a bit cooler with afternoon highs dropping 10 degrees from Thursday’s.
FIRST WEEKEND OF FALL!
Autumn officially arrives at 4:05am CDT this Friday, and the first weekend of Fall will feel like it with temperatures running almost 10 degrees below late September averages. The annual Down Syndrome Buddy Walk takes place Saturday morning at Greenwood High School. At this time, it appears dry for that event, although a few spotty showers could move in late Saturday afternoon and evening. A small shower chance lingers into Sunday and early Monday before we dry out Tuesday. Readings should rebound back to near normal by midweek.
Partly Sunny, Chance of Sprinkles…High 79, winds NW-6
Showers Likely…Low 55, winds Calm
Rain Chance 70% – Rain Amount .15″-.30″
Mainly Morning Showers, then Clearing…High 70, winds N-6
Rain Chance 30% – Rain Amount .10″