Fremd 7 Day Forecast: Week of 9/21/2020


Courtesy of Palatine Patch

Jon Siemianowski, Staff Writer


We’re expecting a rather quiet week in weather ahead, with pleasant temperatures, low humidity and sunshine expected. Hazy conditions may appear throughout the week, as a smoke plume in the atmosphere drifts in and out of the area from western wildfires. A storm system will arrive just in time for the weekend, bringing higher humidity and a chance of rain for the second half of the weekend.


Daily Forecast:

Monday 9/21: Very enjoyable day with mostly sunny and hazy conditions due to the smoke in the upper atmosphere. High of 74° and a low of 55°.

Tuesday 9/22: Plentiful sun with possible haze. High temperature of 76°, cooling to a low of 56°.

Wednesday 9/23: Warmer, yet beautiful, day expected with partly cloudy conditions. High of 77° and a low of 56°.

Thursday 9/24: Pleasant day with mainly sunny skies expected along with a slight breeze. High temperature of 75° with a low temperature of 58°.

Friday 9/25: Sunny skies will prevail, providing warmer temperatures and pleasant conditions. High of 79° cooling to a low of 61°.

Saturday 9/26: Sunny skies early will give way to gradually increasing cloud cover and humidity through the afternoon with rain likely during the evening and overnight hours. High of 83° falling to a low of 62°.

Sunday 9/27: Cooler, yet humid, with cloudy skies and showers likely. High temperature of 71° with a low temperature of 54°.


National Weather Headlines:

Tropical Storm Beta has formed in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. The storm will make landfall along the Texas Coast Monday afternoon and will continue inland through the first half of the week. Beta will eventually be swept westward and further inland later in the week as a Post-Tropical Depression.

Wildfires in the western United States continue to burn out of control, creating unhealthy air quality and extensive plumes of smoke for much of the West. These large amounts of smoke have reached the upper levels of the atmosphere, creating hazy conditions across a majority of the lower 48 United States.