A storm system moving eastward along a stalled frontal boundary in North Carolina brought much of the area a very cool, cloudy, and rainy day Friday. This is a classic fall set-up, with chilly high pressure ridging southward, battling a retreating warmer high pressure area dissipating to our south. The very warm weather of late has been replaced by this pattern change…a sure sign of the autumn season. As we make the transition to the “cold” season, we will most certainly see more of these common cycle reversions, from warm to cool, in the weeks ahead.
Posted by Jim Duncan