DETROIT – Here’s your 4Warn Weather forecast for Monday evening and beyond.
- Rain hanging around a bit longer
- Pesky low pressure system nearby is keeping clouds and a few showers around through Tuesday.
- Not a wash-out, but scattered showers around with some gusty winds near 25mph.
- A stray shower can’t be ruled out Wednesday, but we’re looking to start to dry things out at that time.
Warming trend most of this week
- We’re in the 50s tomorrow, but by Saturday, we’re back to near 70 degrees.
- We’ll hang in the 70s early next week as what’s left of Ian moves up along the east coast. At this point it looks to miss us and as a result keeps things fairly quiet around here.
- Still on track to impact Florida later this week.
- Forecast has this storm reaching major hurricane (cat 3+) status by Tuesday morning, but it continues to strengthen into a Cat 4 by Tuesday evening.
- Latest forecast has it making landfall Thursday as a category 2 just north of Tampa.
- From there the storm weakens and moves into Georgia by Saturday.
Normal high back to 70 Degrees
- Our normal high is back to 70 degrees tomorrow (Tuesday). This number continues to drop through late January.
Average last 80 degree day
- The average date of our last 80-degree day is Friday (Sept. 30).
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