Fall colors may “pop” a bit earlier than in past years. Meteorologist Bill Steffen explains this year’s possible schedule and Matt Kirkwood has this first fall update for this weekend

The Winter pattern will be impacted by El Nino this season. Click here for an early preview of the Winter season

Chief Meteorologist Ellen Bacca (and husband Mark) welcomed their first child on September 8th with the birth of Piper Sunny. Check out these sweet pictures

Mostly Clear
LOW: 51
WIND: E 5-10 mph

SUNRISE 7:30 a.m.
SUNSET 7:38 p.m.

TONIGHT Mostly clear and quiet, with light easterly winds and lows in the low 50s.

SUNDAY Another warm day, with highs in the mid 70s. The day will begin under mostly sunny skies, but some high-level clouds will move in late in the afternoon / evening.

MONDAY High-level clouds will likely continue to stream in through the day, as highs are held to near-average values in the mid to upper 70s. A few showers are possible as a system sets up to the west. Most of the area will stay dry.

TUESDAY Partly cloudy with a slight chance of a few showers. Likely the coolest day of the week, with highs held down to near 70 degrees.

LOOKING AHEAD Highs in the 70s – which will officially become “warmer than average” by the middle of next week – will continue into at least next weekend, and likely into the month of October.