Today’s weather started with some hit and miss showers affiliated with an upper level disturbance that was sliding by. Otherwise, this morning’s clouds will give way to a partly sunny sky for the afternoon as High Pressure has an influence from the west.
Highs will hover near 60 degrees this afternoon. However, get ready for much warmer weather by Tuesday… notice the 70° temp (see graphic below).
That’s affiliated with a warm Southerly flow that’ll return ahead of a cold front that’s expected to slide across our area late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
As the front moves in, expect scattered showers and maybe some rumbles of thunder that’ll last through Wednesday morning.
In the wake of the front, much colder air will slide into our area. Highs will struggle to get out of the 40s for both Thursday and Friday. Speaking of Friday, we’ll be watching the potential for some wintry weather.
This is due to a potential area of low pressure that’s expected to develop off the SE coast and ride north parallel to the East Coast. With the colder air mass that’ll already be in place, moisture affiliated with that system could lead to a wintry mix or some light snow early Friday. This is DAYS away, and things could definitely change. However, be mindful of this potential by the end of the week. We’ll continue to monitor the trends, and we’ll keep you posted.
With the clouds clearing out by later today… don’t forget to glance up at the Supermoon:
Otherwise, in the short-term, enjoy the milder temperatures.
Meteorologist Deitra Tate