THE WEATHER PATTERN REMAINS ACTIVE THIS WEEK WITH A GOOD CHANCE OF RAIN DURING THE MID-WEEK PERIOD

This week will be quite changeable here in Hampton Roads both in the sky condition and temperature departments. The weather map this Monday morning shows a high pressure system moving off the New England coast. The clockwise wind flow around this high will cause an easterly wind here today keeping temperatures seasonably cool, especially near the coast. The winds will shift to the south which will start bringing in warmer air. A slow moving cold front will be moving eastward as a low pressure system moves into the Great Lakes region. As the cold front and the increasingly moist southerly flow ahead of the front begin to affect our weather, clouds will slowly increase later Tuesday and Tuesday night along with the chance of showers and thunderstorms. Forecasters don’t expect much rain here on Tuesday, but Wednesday is expected to be a different story as the front moves closer to the coast. Everything seems to be coming together to bring us a decent chance of significant rain from later Wednesday into Thursday morning. Things should dry out later Thursday and temperatures will be cooler behind the frontal system… I also wanted to mention that thunderstorms that moved through my neighborhood this past Friday night brought about a half inch of rain. That’s it for now. Have a great day!

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