A WEAK FRONT MOVES THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT… MONDAY SHOULD BE COMFORTABLE… WE RETURN TO HIGHER HUMIDITY LEVELS ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY ALONG WITH HIGHER TEMPERATURES

A weak frontal system may bring a shower or thunderstorm to parts of the region today (Sunday), but the coverage is expected to be very limitted. Actually, as I write this, a dying line of showers and storms is moving across VA. Monday should be a decent day with temperatures expected to be in the 70’s along with a northeast to east breeze off of the water. Then, as a high pressure system slowly builds to our southeast during the mid-week period, a southerly wind component will increase our temperatures along with the humidity levels. It will feel quite uncomfortable during the afternoons and we may see a pop-up shower or thunderstorm. A cold front is expected to approach the area late in the week sparking some showers and thunderstorms. As I have mentioned numerous times, we remain below normal precipitation-wise so any rain that we receive should be welcomed. There has not been significant rainfall in my VA Beach neighborhood since May 18th. Remember that Hurricane Season begins Monday, June 1st so please make sure that you have a plan and adequate supplies  just in case the Hampton Roads is threatened by a storm.

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