High pressure building in from the Ohio Valley will be short lived, but still keep us dry through Monday afternoon.
Chilly air is making its way into the neighborhood as breezy winds out of the northwest usher it in.
High pressure centered over the mid-Atlantic will continue to build east of the region into tonight as a slow moving frontal system approaches from the west.
Birdland is looking good & dry for the rest of today and tonight. Tomorrow will be a bit cooler than today with more sunshine and clouds increasing by tomorrow night.
As the jet stream continues to dip south, very chilly air will continue to be ushered in.
We have enjoyed a nearly perfect weekend with temperatures reminiscent of summertime. Highs both days made it above 80 degrees and sunshine was abundant.
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.
A ferocious and historic category 3 hurricane slammed Mexico’s Baja California penninsula overnight Sunday
Even though fall does not officially start for over a week, we have recently seen our first taste of the season.
The weather has already improved this Saturday evening — just in time for the Star-Spangled Spectacular fireworks!
We will be partly to mostly cloudy and humid overnight with lows around 70 degrees.