The Pattern Continues

All is remaining quiet. No need to really talk about much of anything. Zonal flow continues to keep things clear. Temperatures should remain constant with the low to mid 80’s for highs with a low dipping to around the mid-50’s. Expecting the next system to impact the area Friday-Saturday.

One thing to mention is the highly amplified upper level ridge that will present us with possible record breaking highs for Thursday. Unseasonably warm air has taken over the area, with the mid-80’s possibly being surpassed tomorrow. By Friday, a developing system will swing down out of Canada and produce a surface low that will be to our north. The cold front associated with this is expected to swing through the area on Friday night, producing our next chances at precipitation. I’ll have another post on this event as it develops.

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