We still have to wait a little longer for that first real front

Although fall is really trying hard to make its presence known, we’re just not quite there yet. This morning we still have an old frontal boundary stalled across the southeast. If you’re one of the lucky ones to be on the northern side of the boundary, mother nature has graced you with a light northerly breeze and slightly cooler temperatures. You can see it on this morning’s surface plot at 8:30am.

This is a chart from our weather station located in Ponchatoula, LA showing the slight temperature drop early this morning:

The GFS is not showing much love for our first real front…maybe not until the middle of October. The European model might be a little nicer with a very weak front being able to push through by late next weekend.

The good news over all however is the tropics remain quiet for us!

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