Temperatures across the listening area have dropped. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with National Weather Service Meteorologist Scott Blair:
Blair explains the active pattern has a lot of upper disturbances coming through, which brings cool reinforcement air.
“But the atmosphere has been pretty dry, so we haven’t seen a whole lot precipitation with that,” said Blair, “And we’re not expecting to see a whole lot in the upcoming week through the weekend. But what we will see is a continued shot of cooler air, to where we’ll see some temperatures at or below normal temperatures for this time of year.”
The warmest day in the next few weeks will be Thursday, with highs in the mid-60s. Temperatures are expected to drop to the mid-50s over the weekend. Blair warns Saturday night brings a slight possibility of a frost, so those with outside plants will need to prepare.