Plenty of Sunshine!
As we head into the day today, skies will slowly clear as this rain maker moves away.
What a messy Saturday!
High pressure that managed to keep us dry most of the day yesterday is quickly being kicked out overnight by an approaching storm system.
Well, it’s the weekend! And guess what? We have rain on tap for at least half of it–sorry folks!
After a few hours of morning sun today, the clouds are back. On Friday, it appears that a light rain or drizzle will begin to break out across the region by afternoon or early evening.
Some chilly but drier air moved in tonight pushing out those clouds and some fog earlier today.
The trend for today will be to dry out.
A very damp and chilly Tuesday will evolve into a much warmer and more pleasant Wednesday!
A pretty unusual day for the first of December!
Today wraps up the final day of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which runs from June 1 through November 30.
As temperatures continue to rise throughout the night as warm air advection surges in warmer temperatures, we will be in store for a much warmer day today.