Speech to Text for Joel's Wednesday Afternoon Forecast: Cold front arrives, cooling temps into late-week
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however, most areas will likely remain dry as this front moves through. and it should be noted that none of today's rainfall will be associated with hurricane michael, which should pass well to our southeast. by late this evening, we'll see winds shift out of the northwest. skies will gradually clear out through the night. by thursday morning, we're still seeing some cloud coverage. but overall, we're looking at sunshine through much of your thursday. temperatures will have dropped into the lower 60s early in the morning. but with a consistent northwest wind, highs only climb into the lower to mid-70s by the afternoon. expect us to remain clear into friday morning as well, bringing the coolest temperatures we've seen so far this year. morning temperatures may dip into the mid and upper 40s. then in the afternoon, despite the ample sunshine, highs only reach the upper 60s to lower 70s. we'll see clear skies and chilly temperatures into saturday morning as well. most areas dip into the upper 40s to lower 50s. we'll warm up a good bit by the afternoon. but still, we will be below average for afternoon highs. most will reach the mid-70s. clouds and a few isolated showers will return sunday ahead of our next cold front, which should move through on monday. highs on sunday will climb into the mid-70s. then by monday morning, as the front passes, expect scattered showers. temperatures will start out in the lower 50s. then by the afternoon, we're only climbing into the mid-60s. the much cooler air sticks around into tuesday as well. morning temperatures will be in the mid-40s with afternoon highs climbing into the lower to mid-60s. so yes, fall is on our door step. and yes, it will likely stay with us through at least early next week. for more details, visit our website at wtva.com and download our weather authority app. ." voted as favorite city wide event (2015- 2018) through readers