High pressure nudges in late Wednesday through midday Friday, allowing mainly dry weather to continue with more sunshine as well.
By Friday night and Saturday, we stand a better chance at a measurable rainfall. Just how much rain will be determined as we get closer. One thing is for sure, we will finish the month of September on a dry note, with most towns about 1-2" below average for the monthly total. This system will likely also bring gusty winds, so be sure to get out and check out the foliage this week before the wind/rain knock them down. Colder weather will arrive for Sunday and Monday with an isolated shower or two falling, although far drier than Saturday. The northern mountains stand the best chance of a shower Sunday while southern valleys stay sunnier/drier Sunday/Monday.
-Meteorologist Steve Glazier