Well, we are finally out of all of the mess that areas farther to our north will have to deal with. The big concern for us will be how warm does it get and where will the back door front set up later Sunday into Monday.
So we’ll have sunshine and a few clouds Friday with weak high pressure to the south out-doing the passage of a frontal system well to the north. Temperatures should climb nicely into the mid and upper 80s around the region with a westerly flow developing. Saturday we will bump up a couple of degrees more with a similar pattern holding. On Sunday it’ll be more of the same with another bump into the 90s, but we’ll have to see how quickly the back door front moves into the area.
We are not particularly moist during this stretch so it may not become too active as it moves southward. There could be a shower along the boundary, but we’ll call it dry for now. This will possibly be more active on Monday as it stalls nearby. Then it will lift northeastward ahead of the next storm system moving into the region on Tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms will be off to the west ahead of this system on Tuesday, then arrive here on Wednesday. The front appears to be slow moving and therefore will continue to be a concern into Thursday.