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East Heat: Records Pushed Away For Now

28 Sep 2017, 8:25 pm

It’s back to reality across the East as a couple of cold fronts push the 90 degree temperatures (and daily records) away. Before that though, we felt another round of those 90’s Friday.

Observed high temperatures across North Carolina Thursday, September 28 compared to record numbers for that date.

One cold front has already moved through Thursday, another one is on the way for Friday into early Saturday. This next cold front will be dropping just about due south from the Great Lakes and Northeast and may even push as far south as Florida this weekend.

The next cold front is on the way for Friday into Saturday. It doesn’t have a lot of moisture with it, so don’t expect to see widespread showers/thunderstorms, however expected to feel cooler, drier air!

Watch as temperatures across the East drop as we enter October.

High temperature forecast Friday, September 29
High temperature forecast Saturday, September 30
High temperature forecast Sunday, October 1

It looks like the heat is going to turn right back on next week across the East though, as another strong bubble of high pressure will build and those temperatures will climb.

The 6-10 day outlook for below/above average temperatures, valid for Wednesday, October 4 to Saturday, October 7.

The West has a higher chance of cooler than average temperatures for next week into next weekend (the 4th to 7th of October) while the East has an even higher chance of *above* average temperatures. Check back in with us here at WeatherNation with the weather where you are, plus any video or pictures of the fall foliage!

For WeatherNation, Meteorologist Steve Glazier

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