September, by and large, has been a beautiful month. Arguably the best of the whole year. Our current “indian” summer is about to end. Slight chances for precipitation are creeping into the forecasts with lower temperatures on the horizon. Not really cold, but more climatically normal temperatures.
The precipitation is going to face the same conundrum we have had for the last month or so. How far west will the moisture make it. We are still seeing prevailing west to southwest winds. While it looks like this is going to change, most of the models are still holding the majority of the precipitation off to the east. Through this weekend, there is a slight chance for isolated storms around the Flagstaff area. This may increase next week, but currently, it looks like the rain will stay to the south and east of us.