A cold front that moved across the region today and brought showers and some gusty thunderstorms in some areas east of the bay has moved off the Atlantic Coast.
A damp and cool start to the week and more showers and perhaps some heavier thunderstorms are possible overnight and on Tuesday as well.
A weak ridge of high pressure will cross the area today and although daytime heating will cause some clouds to mix with sun, it will be quite comfortable. High pressure will remain ridged across the area tonight with fair skies and comfortable conditions.
The wonderful weather we have been experiencing will continue into the weekend as a weak area of high pressure noses down from Canada.
A cloudy and cooler day for the most part, but so far, most of the rains have bypassed our local area.
Thursday, a system coming our way from the Midwest will bring clouds and the chance of showers and perhaps a thundershower later in the day.
A front crossing the area did create some showers and thunderstorms–some were severe. Drier air will move in overnight, and tomorrow will be a sunny, warm and more comfortable day.
A dry, but warm airmass all across the region made for a few very nice summer days. Tomorrow, a front will approach the area and may produce a shower or thunderstorm in spots.
The lower dewpoint airmass that moved in last night provided us with a beautiful sunny and very warm day.
A warm and humid day that produced some very heavy localized rainfall across a small portion of the region today.
It remains a very warm and rather humid night across the region after a high of 91 with a heat index of around the mid 90s.
A very warm and humid end of July week is on tap. Normal highs this week are around 87, but we expect to be around 90 and even as high as 95 these next three days.