Today: Mostly cloudy. Increasing rain showers. Mostly light. Cool with high temps in the upper 70s. Winds NE 8-12mph.
Tonight: Cloudy. Occasional showers. Isolated thunderstorm overnight. Lows will be in the upper 60s. Winds NE 5-10mph.
Tomorrow: Cloudy. On/off showers. A few thunderstorms. Heavy rain at times. Highs will be in the upper 70s. Winds NE 8-12mph.
Today we are starting a wet weather pattern that will last for a few days. Today we have a stationary front to our south. The front will edge back north a bit, but the moisture will push north of it creating some overrunning. We’ll have increasing rain showers today. They should be light, but they will become more widespread and steady by the end of the day. Tonight into tomorrow an area of low pressure will move north along the front as it sits along the coast. This will bring us a lot of rain on Wednesday. We’ll have a few thunderstorms and some areas of heavy rain as well. There could be some localized flooding in the region between tomorrow and Friday. However, the front may wiggle a bit south on Thursday. So I have lower rain chances on that day for now. Keep in mind that fronts are very tricky this time of year. So we’ll have to take it day-by-day. We’ll have some more scattered showers and possibly a thunderstorm on Friday. Then rain is likely again on Saturday. We’ll finally break the pattern on Sunday. We’ll be cool until then with highs in the 80s. Then we’ll be in the 90s from Sunday into early next week. It’s quiet in the tropics except for a weak disturbance in the far eastern Atlantic. it has a low chance of formation. Stay tuned for updates throughout the day. You can also get updates on WAVY.com and on the WAVY Weather app.
Meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler