>> Friday, September 09, 2011
Beautiful September weather will continue to unfold for us right through the weekend into the first couple of days of next work week. Look for 80s for highs and upper 50s to lower 60s for lows.
A sharp cold front will plunge through the central and eastern US next week and likely move through the Carolinas by Wednesday night and Thursday. Look for the chance of a few showers and storms with the frontal passage, and then we will likely experience the coolest temperatures so far this season by around Friday next week.
Katia is making it's closest pass to the US this morning and will race northeast across the north Atlantic Ocean, possibly impacting parts of Europe as a strong non-tropical low by early next week.
Maria is impacting the Lesser Antilles today, and should be near the Bahamas Monday. While it could be close, the general idea for Maria is a turn to the north and northeast just prior to making a US landfall. We will need to watch it though.
Nate is in the southern Gulf of Mexico, and it looks likely now that it will head west into Mexico.