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Chill out! It's Autumn in the Ozarks

Chill out! It's Autumn.

Early season gloom may win the day

September 25, 2010|Dave Snider | Meteorologist

OVERNIGHT Upper 50s
Periods of light rain; cloudy and cool
SUNDAY Near 60??
Steady temps. Clouds with light rain early; then drizzle and damp
MONDAY Mid 60s
Mainly sunny; milder
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Sunday's LoMax RecordsSECOND COLD WAVE MEANS BUSINESS... FOR FALL OUTERWEAR PEDDLERS

  It's the first of the seasonal cold snaps... and you're going to notice the change in Sunday's weather.

A second cold front is moving into the Ozarks right now.  Behind it, temps have dropped into the low 50s in Northern Missouri and are making a beeline for the Ozarks.  Our lows should hold in the upper 50s overnight as clouds and light rain linger into the early morning.

OXYMORONIC SUNDAY
Sunday won't be.  

FutureCAST for Sunday morningLow clouds and damp weather will be the rule for most.  There may be a midday period where a brief breakthrough allows partial sunshine in, but once that happens... the cloud deck should regrow and recover the clearing.  This will surely keep daytime temperatures in check.  Some might not make it out of the 50s.  Those that do are destined for highs in the low 60s at best.  

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 Chances are Sunday will rank among the coldest high temperatures for September 26.  The coldest was 50?? in 1926.  I doubt we'll set a new record though.

CHILL OUT FOR MONDAY MORNING
A clear sky will return by Monday morning and with a North wind still ushering in the colder air, morning lows will drop into the low to mid 40s.  There's no risk of a frost or freeze yet... but you'll want that nifty fall
Storm Team 3 day forecastjacket.  

 HIGH AND DRY FOR THE WEEK
As quick as Autumn took over, Summery heat will try to regain ground next week.  A large and in charge ridge of high pressure will help to clear the sky, keep storms away and hold temps at or just above average levels for late September and early October.  Hope you enjoyed the wet weather... it may be gone for a bit after tonight.

Enjoy your Sunday,


Dave Snider


KY3 Stormteam
Meteorologist

dsnider@ky3.com

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