Sunshine and mild weather return to salvage weekend
FORECAST IN DETAIL
Sunshine-laden high pressure from the Midwest will finally succeed in pushing our pesky low pressure out of the area. The result will be much nicer weather for the last day of our weekend. While some clouds are possible this morning, the sun should dominate the day as temperatures move back into the 80s (the last time we were in the 80s for highs was exactly one week ago). The nice weather should persist for Monday and Tuesday, but cool/wet weather returns by mid-week.
Today (Sunday): Morning clouds possible, but mostly sunny skies for most of the day with light winds from the northwest helping to dry the area out. Look for highs to break into the low-to-mid 80s throughout the region. Confidence: High
Tonight: Mostly clear skies and comfortable to cool temperatures (ie. keep-windows-open-weather) with lows ranging from the upper 50s to the low 60s. Light winds will continue to blow from the northwest direction. Confidence: High
Keep reading for the forecast through the coming workweek...
Tomorrow (Monday): The return to a five-day work-week (boo) is at least a pleasant weather one with 80s and more sunshine than clouds. Winds will continue to be light from the northwest as slow-moving Midwest high pressure edges closer. Confidence: High
Tomorrow Night: Pleasant conditions prevail with mostly clear skies and lows again in the upper 50s to low 60s. Confidence: High
Tuesday continues the dry, sunny, and warm streak with high temperatures possibly lifting a little higher into a range through the middle to maybe upper 80s. Some afternoon clouds are possible as a cool front approaches the area. Confidence: Medium-High
Wednesday through Friday will feature a pair of weather-makers: a strong, cool high pressure from Canada and a large-scale disturbance from the Gulf of Mexico. They are threatening to join forces to create another cool, cloudy, easterly flow pattern with plenty of showers and maybe thunderstorms through this middle-to-end of the week. High temperatures will be in the 70s with lows in the 60s mostly, but I would not be surprised to sneak in even cooler conditions depending on the tracking of these two features. Confidence: Medium
The early take on our next weekend could be a repeat of this weekend with a cooler, damp look to Saturday and then a warmer, sunnier Sunday again. Confidence is very low at this early stage though.
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