Cavalier Weather Service Forecast Valid 9/6/12
Issued at 1:05 PM
Never Ending Rain
A weak surface trough will continue to stay over the Mid-Atlantic region through Friday. A cold front will approach the region on Friday before passing through on Saturday. This will most likely bring showers and thunderstorms for the football game. Some of these isolated storms could be strong, depending on surface instability and heating. Cooler and drier air is expected to replace this cold front in the first half of next week calling for sunny skies and temperatures in the comfortable mid 70s.
Tonight- Partly cloudy skies with a light and variable wind. Temperatures fall into the upper 60's. Low 67.
Tomorrow- Mostly sunny skies with a light and variable wind. Temperatures spike into the low 90's. High 90.
Tomorrow Night- Clouds begin to move in again for partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. South wind between 5-10 mph. Temperatures sink into the upper 60's. Low 58. Chance of precipitation 30%.
Saturday- Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Southerly wind between 10-15 mph. Temperatures rise into the lower to mid 80's. High 85. Chance of precipitation 60%.
Saturday Night- Mostly cloudy with yet another chance of showers and thunderstorms. South wind becoming northwest between 10-15 mph. Temperatures drop into the upper 50's as the cold front passes. Low 59. Chance of precipitation 60%.
Sunday- Partly sunny skies with a continuing northwest wind between 5-10 mph. Temperatures stay much cooler than the previous days in the upper 70's. High 78.
Forecasted by Kennett and Heston