We are all very familiar with the weather pattern since it has not changed too much in the last seven days. High pressure is still centered off the Carolina Coast and is generating light southwesterly winds. It continues to pump these warm and humid conditions from the Golf Coast to the Northeast.
There will be slow changes in the overall weather pattern. The high that has been sitting off the East Coast will weaken and begin to drift westward tomorrow. This will allow for the upper low now over the Ohio and Tennessee River Valleys to swing eastward and bring us, once again, daily chances for showers and thunderstorms.
Behind the low on Tuesday, we should have a little short wave ridge allow for much less of a chance for a shower or T-storm Tuesday. However, the moisture will remain enough and the instability enough that isolated storms will probably pop up during the afternoon. Unsettled weather will continue through Thursday, and maybe even the first part of Friday, as a more potent system and its associated cold front pushes through the I-95 corridor by Thursday night. This will bring a slight cool-down to the region for the weekend. #mdwx