#mdwx: The surface map shows high pressure stationed near the region, stretched from the Southeast along the East Coast all the way to Nova Scotia. It has influenced our weather for the last several days and will continue to sit nearby through much of the work week, providing us with more tranquil weather.
Also visible on the surface map is a cold front draped through the Ohio and Tennessee River Valleys. With all the upper air support lifting northward and the aforementioned high, this front will run out of steam and dissipate before it reaches the mid-Atlantic.
We’ll be trending a bit warmer by mid-week with Wednesday being our warmest day of the week, and highs in some spots creeping into the mid-80s. Our next chance for rain will be late Saturday into Sunday.