Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologists Steve Caporizzo, Tim Drawbridge, and Rob Lindenmuth

“Fall” officially arrives Thursday Evening…. many think it also means 12 hours of daylight / 12 hours of night-time…. it does NOT….The true explanation from an Astronomer from Eastern Kentucky University a while back – during my days working in Lexington (KY)…. clarified it…. as “a point in time when there’s an equal amount of day & night”…. so at 903pm Thursday…. that’s exactly what’s going on….

the Futurecast shows partly sunny skies for Wednesday…. showers / a few t-storms will develop along an approaching system….

forecast high temperatures will range from the mid & upper 70s into the lower 80s….

Fall arrives Thursday evening at 903pm…. but it’ll feel like it when you get up Thursday morning…. a rainy start…. then a break…. a shower threat during the afternoon…. brisk…. forecast high temps ranging from the mid & upper 50s to the mid & upper 60s and lower 70s….

Hurricane “Fiona”
Moving NNW 8mph
Winds have increased to 125mph-g to 140.

CAT 3 Hurricane….
Further intensification is expect…likely becoming a CAT 4 Hurricane over the Atlantic…and then turning NNE’ward….will clip Eastern Nova Scotia and Newfoundland as a CAT 2 Hurricane based on today’s data.