This area of energy will probably cause some wet weather tonight into tomorrow AM.
We have enjoyed a nearly perfect weekend with temperatures reminiscent of summertime. Highs both days made it above 80 degrees and sunshine was abundant.
Absolutely gorgeous weather on Saturday, and Sunday looks equally spectacular.
The surface analysis this morning shows a large area of high pressure, centered over the Great lakes.
The weather pattern will be deteriorating this afternoon and evening as fall’s first nor’easter moves up the Atlantic Seaboard.
A shower or thunderstorm will be possible this evening out ahead of a cold front that is slated to cross the region tonight.
This morning we have two weather systems affecting our region today.
High pressure over the coast of Nova Scotia will allow for southeast flow across the region today.
Even though fall does not officially start for over a week, we have recently seen our first taste of the season.
High pressure will build into the region from the west today.
The weather has already improved this Saturday evening — just in time for the Star-Spangled Spectacular fireworks!
Other than clouds and a little spotty drizzle (mainly east) the coastal storm has pretty much been a non-event for our area.