#mdwx: We’ve got another great week of weather on tap for us Monday as September draws close to an end. Rain will, in fact, be hard to come by over the next several days.

A cold front, located over the eastern Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, is moving at a snail’s pace and continuing to fizzle out. This feature will provide us with a bit of extra cloud cover at the most. A ridge of high pressure remains the key player in this week’s game of weather.

Come Tuesday, and especially mid-week, we will encounter a warming trend as this ridge of high pressure begins to sink toward the southeast.

Temps will reach to near 80 degrees Tuesday and into the mid 80s by Wednesday and Thursday. Our next chance for rainfall won’t get here until Sunday… or even possibly Monday. Either way, it will be the first measurable amount of rainfall we will have seen in about two weeks.


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