A sunny and pleasant Sunday

Violet Powell
September 11, 2017

Temperatures start off chilly, but warm up into the lower 70s this afternoon.

Showers are possible by late Wednesday or Thursday due to a cold front.

Through next weekend, we will still have attractive weather, but will feel more like summer.

Tonight will be clear with a low around 50. Florida will be greatly impacted, so if you have friends or relatives in Florida, make sure they are prepared.

Meanwhile, Hurricane Irma is finally reaching the coast of Florida.

It will be mostly clear and quiet this evening. That would allow our high temperatures to reach the upper 70s Wednesday afternoon.

Hurricane Irma Destroys Famous St. Martin's Airport
Many people are wandering around aimlessly, as they have no homes anymore and do not know what to do, Paul de Windt, editor of St. Irma is thought to be heading towards Florida where towns are being evacuated and people are preparing for the worst.

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny. Highs: 71-76. Click the image below to see the wind field forecast.

Wed: High: 89 Low: 62 Sunny. Irma has weakened a bit this morning due to the interaction with the rugged terrain along the Cuban Coast. Irma will be much weaker by the time it arrives here (especially if the storm tracks over all of Florida).

Today: Mostly sunny and breezy. Despite a slight shift to the west, Irma will bring catastrophic wind damage, storm surge and torrential rain to the area beginning late tonight and continuing Sunday and into Monday. This landfall is absolutely frightful news much of the state, which will bear the brunt of Irma's winds and storm surge, as the northeast quadrant moves over that area.

After Irma, though, the region could still face Hurricane Jose.

While we are enjoying lovely, calm weather, the southeastern U.S.is preparing for Hurricane Irma.

"Instead, likely impacts from the remnants include 1-2" of rain with locally higher amounts along the eastern sides of the mountains.

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