An area of high pressure over the Great Lakes is going to keep our weather dry over the next couple of days. A trough will continue to move out into the Atlantic Ocean as a small ridge builds in over the Midwest. With no real flow aloft we will see temperatures near seasonable levels for this time of the year with a mostly sunny sky this morning and then fair weather cumulus clouds build in the afternoon. Tonight high pressure will build into the region allowing for any cumulus clouds to collapse under the stable boundary layer. This will allow for temperatures to drop down into the upper 60s along I-95 and into the lower 60s in the suburbs tonight. Tomorrow the high pressure will shift into New England. This will shift our winds out of the north tomorrow and allow for the dry wedge to still be in place while a disturbance moves through the Southeast proving rain across the Carolina’s. Our temperatures do come up a
degree or two tomorrow so high temperatures tomorrow will only be about the same or maybe a degree warmer. Monday the warm weather will continue as high pressure continues to provide dry weather for our region as it shifts off the coast of New England.