Fall has arrivedSeptember 22nd, 2013 at 5:45 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
It’s official – fall has begun. The fall equinox occurred at 4:44pm eastern time. This is when the sun’s rays are directed at the Earth’s equator. Check out this cool video the National Weather Service in Wilmington put together showing how the sun’s rays are directed throughout the entire year.
We had a lot of sunshine today! I hope you were able to get out and enjoy it.
Temperatures today were a little cooler than normal. This morning we started out in the middle to upper 40′s.
Early Monday morning temperatures will once again be in the 40′s. Some areas could drop into the lower to middle 40′s.
High pressure is nearby and will continue to bring us lots of sunshine for Monday with highs in the upper 60′s and near 70.
The weather pattern remains quiet for the next several days. Look for lots of sunshine on Tuesday with highs slowly climbing to near normal conditions.
There’s a slight chance we may see a few isolated showers pop south of Dayton during the afternoon on Wednesday but other than that it looks like most of the week remains dry.