THE UNSETTLED WEATHER PATTERN CONTINUES INTO TUESDAY… WARMER WEATHER IS EXPECTED DURING THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK
Saturday wasn’t that bad in Hampton Roads. Clouds did dominate and a breeze off the ocean prevented temperatures from rising that much during the afternoon. Another round of rain moved through my Virginia Beach neighborhood overnight (Saturday night). It rained very heavily for a brief period. Not much has changed since yesterday but the front has moved a little further to the north and east. Our winds should slowly have more of a southerly component as the day progresses. Rain chances remain elevated through Tuesday as the moist flow continues and a weakening upper-level low pressure system lurks to our southwest. The rain chances will remain with us through Tuesday. Temperatures should increase as we get into the mid-week period…. Tornado season got off to a slow start this season, but it has picked up big time this past week as you’ve probably seen on the news this week. An area from central Oklahoma to northwest Missouri will be the area to watch today (Sunday). The Atlantic Hurricane season isn’t that far away (June 1st) and I will be talking more and more about the predictions for this upcoming season in my future posts.