Nothing but pure Fall on this Friday...a large dome of high pressure will settle right over the region...tons of sunshine, light winds...a cold start for late October to a chilly day...mainly in the 50's to near 60 degrees...chilly to cold on Friday night...bundle up for the Friday night football games...and the weekend is all about Fall...sunny and dry...68 on Saturday and 72 on Sunday...enjoy.
Dave Murrays latest weather disco for St. Louis...Thursday...October 20, 2016: . Fall temps are back...the low pressure will continue to slow pull away on Thursday...still clouds and rain in the morning...then expect a clearing process...we should see some sun going thru the afternoon...it is a windy and cool to chilly day...low 60's for highs...then its all about clear skies, light winds and dry air for the overnight...with a temp drop into the low 40's...still no frost in sight.
Dave Murrays latest weather disco for St. Louis...Wednesday...October 19, 2016: The cold front will do the trick on our temperatures for Wednesday...it is not an Arctic blast but will get high's and low's back to where we should be this time of year...in this pattern we came almost forget where we should be in late October.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...WEDNESDAY...OCTOBER 12, 2016 . Two cold fronts on the way for Wednesday...ahead of the fronts much of the day...still mild and a little windy...best shot of showers and a few storms will be in the afternoon and evening...temps will start a slow fall during the afternoon...but the new chill really holds until Wednesday night...the low temp dropping to 48 degrees and quiet, dry and chilly on Thursday...highs in the low 60's.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...TUESDAY...OCTOBER 11, 2016 . All about a fast "zonal" west to east flow in the atmosphere... classic mid to late October...Look for see-saw temps this week...on the backside of a large high pressure system Tuesday...with the southerly flow...warmer temps.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...THE WEEKEND...OCTOBER 8-9, 2016 . A big dome of high pressure settling in over the STL area...out with the late summer heat and in with pure Fall...pleasant days and chilly nights...nothing extreme...just rather typical for this time of year...still well above the freezing point. No rain...dry times.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...FRIDAY...OCTOBER 7, 2016 . Our cold front is on the way...arriving in the morning on Friday...some clouds but limited rainfall...spotty and limited...then clearing skies in the afternoon along with a gusty northwest wind...warmest part of the day will be Friday morning...70's...then falling into the 60's during the afternoon.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...THURSDAY...OCTOBER 6, 2016 . More mild to warm weather for us on Thursday...the hurricane will result in the slow down and force the core jet stream well to our north. However...the front will make its way into the STL area late Thursday night, Friday and Friday evening with nothing more than a spotty shower...very limited rain...everything getting zapped.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...WEDNESDAY...OCTOBER 5, 2016 . M.ore mild to warm weather for us on Wednesday and into Thursday...a few spotty showers and thundershowers possible...but the core moisture will be outrunning a cold front that is slowing down...out to our west...yes...the hurricane will result in the slow down and force the core jet stream well tomour north.
DAVE MURRAYS LATEST WEATHER DISCO...TUESDAY...OCTOBER 4, 2016 . Everything is on the move...slowly but on the move...more in the way of sun on Tuesday and in turn...warmer temperatures...above average temps Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday....a cold front takes control Thursday into Friday...slow mover...a few spotty storms late Wednesday and Thursday...a better shot of rain and some storms(non-severe) Thursday night and Friday...the front pushing thru on Friday...ending the wet and bringing in a cooler air mass...not a cold air mass...the days getting short and shorter.
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