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It feels more like fall!


Weather Headlines

–Our cold front moved through last night! Relief from the heat has arrived.

–Pleasant conditions for our Friday and Saturday

–Rain chances for everyone Sunday night and Monday

–Even with rainfall coming, drought conditions will persist in the long term

Main threats

No threats.


The cold front finally passed through late last night/early this morning. We have some pretty cool looking clouds as a result of that. It sure would be nice if these clouds could have gotten big enough to make some rain.

Saturday is looking very warm and a bit breezy. I can’t rule out a very isolated afternoon/evening storm, but most of us won’t see a thing. The better rain chances come later Sunday and into Monday. I think we’ll all see rain from this front and that is very good news! As of now, it looks like we could all see at least a half an inch or so of rain.

Behind that system, even cooler air will move in from the north behind that front. Overnight lows will fall into the mid 40s!



Baldwin’s 7-Day forecast



It was a rough October for southern California in 1987. An earthquake on this day shook much of the southern part of the state. Then, afternoon temperatures soared in the days to come, with many places reaching and exceeding 100 degrees. At least one location reached 111 degrees before the heat wave broke. This is referred to as the “shake and bake” October.


All is quiet in the tropics.

Today’s WeatherTAP WeatherWORD


A product issued by the National Weather Service to highlight conditions that require caution, but are not necessarily life-threatening.

WeatherTAP WeatherFACT

There are at least 11 different advisories issued by the National Weather Service. These include advisories for winter weather, wind chill, dense fog, wind, heat, excessive heat, dense smoke, air stagnation, dust, blowing dust, and ash fall.

NASA Knowledge

On this day in 1985, the first Atlantis Space Shuttle was flying high above our heads. That shuttle was first launched on October 3, 1985. It was the 21st shuttle launch. The shuttle was in orbit for four days and one hour.



Freeze warnings (dark blue) and frost advisories (light blue) cover New England for tonight. This will really get the timber to changing colors up there!


You all have a great day!


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