DEEP UPPER-LEVEL TROUGH SPAWNS A LOW PRESSURE AREA NEAR THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION… COLD AIR RUSHES INTO THE SOUTHEAST BEHIND THE TROUGH

A large trough of low pressure has helped spin up a low pressure area which is causing some rain here locally. Although heavy rain is not expected, a period of steady light rain is likely Monday night. Things clear out on Tuesday as the low moves out to sea. The low will intensify as it moves away causing our winds to be quite strong through Tuesday. All in all, anyone heading out Monday evening will find it quite nasty. We stay on the cool side for a few days as the trough slowly lifts out. Temperatures should moderate as we head towards the weekend. After Monday night’s rain, no precipitation is expected until late in the weekend or early next week. However, it could remain dry into next week.

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