Both Saturday and Sunday had some late-day showers and storms in the region. There were some real downpours over the last 2 days. While there haven’t been any total washouts, we are on the end of a wet pattern today. Yesterday a cool front came in and merged with a stationary front. Now that front is sitting over the region.
There is an upper level low just to our west. Both of these features will bring us a mix of sun and clouds today. We’ll have some scattered showers and storms later this afternoon as temperatures heat up. We could see some heavy downpours again. Highs will be in the upper 80s to low 90s. It will be humid.
By tomorrow the upper level low will weaken and drift north a bit. Plus, the stationary front should weaken as well.
So we should only see isolated showers and/or storms in the region. Highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90. By Wednesday these features will fall apart. High pressure will build in. So we’ll see……QUIET WEATHER for the day. And, we may also see no rain on Thursday. Wow! We will heat up though. Temps will rise to the 90s. We’ll have some scattered showers and storms by next weekend, but at this time I’m thinking the chances will be fairly low. Stay tuned!
There is a weak disturbance in the tropics. It’s a few hundred miles east of Bermuda, and it is drifting southeast. It only has a low chance for formation. We’ll keep an eye on it.
Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler