AFTER A PERIOD OF COOL AND WET WEATHER, WARMER AND DRIER CONDITIONS ARE ON THE WAY… IT MAY GET VERY WARM LATER IN THE WEEK!

The last round of wet weather from this pesky frontal system is moving through early this morning (Saturday). Rain will end from southwest to northeast this morning. Then, as the low pressure area moves to the northeast away from the region, our winds will turn northwesterly and conditions will begin to dry out. There won’t be much of a warmup today, but warmer conditions are expected tomorrow (Mother’s Day). Average high temperatures are now in the mid-seventies and we should be very close to that on Sunday, and we may be a little warmer than average. Then, we should be in for a stretch of sunny and rain-free conditions for several days. As a high pressure ridge develops along the East Coast, temperatures may approach the 90 degree mark later in the week. There may be a backdoor cold front moving southward into the Mid-Atlantic states later in the week, but right now, it is not certain whether the front will make it this far south. Our temperatures later in the week will be dependent on whether the front makes it through the region.  So, once we get through this morning’s wet weather, we will have a chance to dry out for a while.

Happy Mother’s day to all you moms out there!

Thanks for reading and have a wonderful weekend!

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