Hurricane Michael has moved away from the tip of Cuba and is strengthening over the Gulf of Mexico. This storm will pose a direct threat to the panhandle of Florida and then will link up with the jet stream and move through the southeastern states. Unfortunately, places that don’t need any more rainfall could get a fair amount of rain.
In our area, we are not going to get direct rainfall from Michael but the storm will help to pull down cool air behind a cold front later this week. Ahead of this front, it will stay summer-like, but temperatures will drop to near, if not a bit below average as we head into the start of the upcoming weekend.