Well the clouds made sure our first frost will wait a bit longer. Rainfall seen across the state is shifting south at this hour and starting to dissipate. Don't expect as widespread on Wednesday as high pressure moves into the state. A few scattered showers will be seen across the south on Wednesday morning but we should see a drying out by the afternoon. Temps will be odd again with the warmest in the north and coolest south. More sunshine will be seen in the north leading to a longer period of warmth. By Thursday night and Friday, a new cold front will approach from the north as well as precipitation flowing from a closed low over the southwestern U.S. The subtropical jet and polar jet look to phase and running a slug of moisture across the state. This will be somewhat on Thursday but especially Friday late morning into the night. The good thing is the front will be moving fast so any rainfall will be out of the state by Saturday morning.
Temps will be below average through the perod with the coldest day on Friday.
Not a whole lot to talk about during the period as high pressure sets up near the region. This will result in dry days and clear nights for the rest of the period. A blocking pattern will set up towards the end of the period. For us that means below normal precip and average to slightly below average temps. So the nice fall weather will be here to stay and it will be drier so you can actually enjoy it this time around. Signs of a first frost or freeze are not there, just yet.