Good afternoon, everyone. We have a big upper level low slowly pulling away from the region over the past few days. This system has been responsible for everything from the severe weather, to the gloomy stuff from the past few days.
As we roll through the week, another cold front is on the way by late week, with the possibility of more wet weather this weekend.
let’s begin with the precious present and roll forward. Temps today are generally in the upper 70s and low 80s, well below the normal for this time of year. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will flare up once again, especially across the eastern half of the state:
Temps on Wednesday are back into the 80s for the entire state, with a scattered shower or storm in the east. Thursday finds temps mainly low and middle 80s with a late day shower or storm possible, with the best chance for storms arriving Thursday night into Friday:
That’s ahead of another push of much cooler air for the weekend. It will also be a weekend where another upper low threatens to cut off across the region by later Sunday and lasting into early next week:
That would mean another very cool and wet period taking shape:
The overall look through next week continues to support a trough into our part of the world: