Following yesterday's cool
and rainy day in parts of Neopia, clearing skies will allow temperatures
to recover into the 60s and 70s today ahead of a secondary cool front
poised to sweep through tonight. The highs will be at or slightly below
seasonal averages for late Gathering. The aforementioned cool front may
trigger heavy showers in the eastern NeoLakes into Upstate Neo York later
on, so cancel your weekend plans because these showers will hit hard and
will be very wet (duh).
A cool-down is expected on
Monday, as high pressure sets in. With the exception of the VirtuPet Space
Station, high pressure will settle over central Neopia. Abundant sunshine,
low relative humidity, and highs ranging from the 70s to the 80s (generally
about 5 degrees below seasonal averages) will make for a delightful week.
Thunderstorms in south Neopia will last all weekend, with long, soaking
rains. So, if you want to stay dry, stay inside.
Dissimilar to the rest of Neopia,
delightful fall weather is anticipated for Mystery Island, with only a
few small exceptions. Five-star, chamber-of-commerce weather will once
again grace the island. In fact, according to the Iisland Mystic, a few
record highs may fall. Despite some typical morning low clouds, highs
will still recover into the low to mid-80s. Widely scattered thundershowers
are expected over the TikuTaku Island, but no severe storms are likely.