We are enjoying a somewhat cooler day today, compared to the warmer temps of yesterday.
Frontal zone moving in from the north will be the cause of a couple of showers and a thunderstorm around the area this afternoon into the evening.
Today is the day of change. A cold front , more like a dry wind shift, will give us a few showers and a couple of late day thunderstorms.
It’s looking good, again. But Tuesday will have that Mid-Atlantic summer feel that has been rare this season. Hot, near 90, and humid.
A pretty good weather week is coming up.
Current surface map shows a stalled frontal boundary strung along the east coast from New England down into the panhandle of Florida.
With the trough over the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley today, we can expect a moist flow, coupled with pockets of energy, to bring scattered shower and thunderstorm activity to the region.
For those who are planning their weekend activities, the upcoming one doesn’t look too kind to us.
High pressure in the western Atlantic continue to influence our forecast.
As promised… today turned out to be a very pleasant and comfortable day after a rather record breaking, chilly start.
For many locations in the Northeast, its looking more and more like Wednesday will be the last day we can say (with a high level of confidence) that no rain will fall in the big cities and most communities located near the coast.
If you don’t like the weather you need a brain transplant.