One More Warm Day

After the early morning cold front, the sun will shine for the rest of the day. The sun will also help boost temperatures into the mid to upper-70s this afternoon. Tonight is when the colder air behind the cold front moves in. Overnight tonight skies will be clear and temperatures will drop to near 40. This batch of cooler air will bring us back to seasonable levels through the midweek. Friday into Saturday, we could hear from the remnants of what is now Subtropical Storm Nicole with tropically-enhanced rainfall Friday night through Saturday.

Calling all astronomy nerds and early risers! Early tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, a lunar eclipse will be visible. As the moon will be setting, only the first half will be able to be seen. Next total lunar eclipse to be seen in the US will be in March of 2025.

Lunar Eclipse

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