Most of the South looks tranquil and warm again for the next few days, though cooler air will keep trying to muscle in near the East Coast. A cold front will move in starting at midweek to produce limited rain chances for some. There are still some things to keep an eye on in the tropics, including a new tropical storm in the East Pacific.
Cooler and drier air has settled in for the weekend. Next week, it warms up with limited moisture return ahead of the next front moving in. There are two items of interest in the tropics currently.
The warm to hot and dry weather continues until midweek, then a front moves through later in the workweek followed by cooler and more comfortable air. We also still have a couple of tropical concerns, too, one close to home.
While not totally quiet, the weather across the south looks mostly dry and warm, even summery, through the middle of next week. Starting around Wednesday and going through the end of next week, it looks much more stormy.
Most of the South will stay dry through the middle of next week, which is good for some and not so good for others. After that, a more unsettled stretch will get underway.
Most of the Southeast looks dry though this weekend while the southern plains will see a few rain opportunities. Nicole is heading toward Bermuda and could be a bad hurricane for them.
High pressure will keep the Southeast mostly dry through this weekend, while the southern Plains sees some opportunity for rain and thunderstorms. Nicole remains a threat to Bermuda.
Generally good fall weather follows Matthew this week, it looks mostly nice in the Southeast until the end of the week and not all that bad this weekend. Areas west of the Mississippi look more unsettled starting at midweek. Aside from Nicole, tropical focus is shifting to the Pacific for a while.
Matthew will cause substantial impacts along the Southeast Coast after hitting the Bahamas hard Tuesday. Time to batten down the hatches! There's still some question about what track Matthew will take north of the Outer Banks.
Matthew will hit Hispaniola, Cuba and the Bahamas hard over the early to middle part of the workweek before being at best a near miss along the Southeast coast later this week into the weekend. Meanwhile, a front moving into the Plains will be a severe storm producer Tuesday and the threat includes a tornado risk.