Yesterday’s low pressure area that brought us the rainy afternoon & evening has moved out into the Atlantic Ocean. High pressure is moving in, and it’ll dominate our weather for today. The atmosphere will be stable, and lots of sunshine can be expected.
Temperatures will hover around 50° as a north/northeasterly wind has influence.
However, the winds will shift to the south by Tuesday as the ridge of High pressure moves away…leading to a warming trend.
Expect 60s for highs on Monday (Presidents’ Day) with 70s on deck by Tuesday. Honestly, highs will be almost 30° above average by Wednesday with highs hovering around 80°. There will be a cold front front moving into our area on Thursday, and temps will fall down into the 50s behind it for Friday. However, that front will bring us the best chance for rain this week as it crosses on Thursday.
In the near-term, there will be a few showers to dodge on Monday. Some upper level energy will cross over us, and it’ll help in forming a few scattered showers for the morning…
…with a few more for the afternoon. Severe weather isn’t expected for Monday, and we’ll continue to monitor Thursday’s forecast.
Meteorologist Kristin Ketchell will have your forecast tonight on WAVY NEWS 10 and FOX43. Make sure to tune-in for the latest. Enjoy the weather today!
-Meteorologist Deitra Tate