- Cool weather continues through mid week
- Upper low spawns shower chance Wednesday-Thursday
- Dry, warmer close to the week
- Much warmer and more humid early next week with storm chances
After a cool open to the work week, the next couple of days will continue a similar theme. We’ll enjoy more sunshine Tuesday when compared to Monday afternoon and temperatures should be a degree or two warmer.
Attention will shift to a potent upper level area of low pressure dropping across the region in the mid week time period. This will do two things of note- provide reinforcing cool air and help create a scattered shower chance in the Wednesday-Thursday time period. (Scattered 0.10″ to 0.25″ rainfall amounts).
Weather conditions will begin to relax as we put a wrap on the work week. Expect increasing sunshine and a much warmer pattern.
Warmth and humidity will continue to build early next week and help add fuel to storm potential.
It’s a rather anomalous look to the 500mb (upper air pattern) charts for mid week, courtesy of Weatherbell.com. A potent upper level low will dive southeast across the region and help spawn a shower chance, along with provide a much cooler feel of things Wednesday night into Thursday. Surface low pressure will develop along the SE coast (in response to the UL energy diving southeast) that will provide a windy/ rainy end to the week across coastal regions down east.
Warmer days are ahead, and more humid days, as well. Our wind flow will back to the southwest late in the weekend and early next week. Temperatures will respond, but so will humidity levels. Throw in a little energy and you have the makings for stormy times to open up next week.