Good Friday, everyone. A cold front continues to push across the region, bringing a very nice brand of air to kick things off. As a matter of fact, the overall temperature trend continues to look cooler than normal going forward. Of course, this may also include some ugly stuff.
Today’s front will feature isolated showers and storms early on, especially in the east:
Temperatures will generally be in the upper 70s and low 80s this afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds, and much lower humidity levels.
Saturday looks amazing with upper 50s to start and highs in the upper 70s to around 80. Bring it on!!
Saturday continues to look awesome with temps in the upper 50s to start and upper 70s to low 80s by the afternoon. Humidity is low and skies are mostly sunny, so soak it up!
Sunday will find temps and humidity levels increasing a bit ahead of a pretty wet setup. This comes courtesy of another slow-moving upper level low. Rounds of showers and storms will become common into early next week:
Locally heavy rains and much cooler than normal temperatures are likely with that kind of setup. That’s the look as we end July and say hello to the month of August courtesy of this deep trough:
Some models are also indicating a second system bringing additional rains our way later next week into the following weekend:
This continues to be part of our cooler than normal second half of summer and the CFS shows this well. Check out the overall departures through the first week of September:
Make it a great day and take care.