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ATLwxfan

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They don't make them like they used to. Here's to the first real fall like front of the year and maybe and end to the 90s

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ATL can probably eek out another 3 or 4 days of 90°. Last year some of our hottest days were late into September.


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They don't make them like they used to. Here's to the first real fall like front of the year and maybe and end to the 90s

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Avg highs in mid 70's by end of the month.... let's go!
 
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Reminds me of an old member: Torchtember

Cool guy. Very intelligent. Led the way in meteorological discovery.
 

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I ended up going out to walk in the rain for at least 15 minutes and based on how it looked I'll be surprised if the total from the rain showers today isn't .5"-1". And I knew that rain was "possible" but I didn't think it'd be like the mod-heavy rain I was out in.
 

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Wound up picking up 1.5" last night. Honestly...1.2" more than I thought was going to happen if it rained at all.

I wish that how it felt last night was a sign of things to come. But noooo.
 

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The good news is, we're starting to get frontal passages about once per week, but, about all they're going to do is drop our highs into the mid-upper 80s for a day or two, and lows in the lower 60s. We're going to have to wait awhile for a real fall front. It's not a lot, but better than sitting in the mid to upper 90s for weeks.
 

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Looks like Dorian is gonna bring me a cloudy, relatively cooler, and breezy day! I'll take it.
Don't count on it. It will not cloud up this far west. Big story here will be drought. Our drought will make national headlines by Christmas.
 

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The good news is, we're starting to get frontal passages about once per week, but, about all they're going to do is drop our highs into the mid-upper 80s for a day or two, and lows in the lower 60s. We're going to have to wait awhile for a real fall front. It's not a lot, but better than sitting in the mid to upper 90s for weeks.
We solidly have mid 90’s for at least the next week ahead. Now if you consider upper 60’s overnight an improvement from lower 70’s then yes that’s “the good news”.


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