National Weather Service forecasters say that a high pressure builds over the area today and remains in control through Friday. A frontal system moving out of the Midwest Friday night will bring a warm front through Saturday.
The low moves through southeastern Canada Saturday night into Sunday dragging a cold front across the region Sunday afternoon. High pressure then builds in for Sunday night into Monday. A low pressure system passes south of the area Monday. Another low pressure system approaches for midweek.
SHORT TERM /6 PM THIS EVENING THROUGH 6 PM FRIDAY/...
WAA PATTERN CONTINUES TONIGHT WITH A DEEP SW FLOW. TEMPERATURES
WILL LIKELY REACH THEIR MINS DURING THE EVENING OR SHORTLY AFTER
MIDNIGHT BEFORE HOLDING STEADY OR SLIGHTLY RISING. MID AND HIGH
CLOUDS WILL ALSO BE INCREASING OVERNIGHT AND REMAIN THROUGH
FRIDAY WHICH WILL AID IN INSOLATION. DRY WEATHER WILL ALSO CONTINUE
THROUGH FRIDAY DESPITE A WEAK COLD FRONT APPROACHING FROM THE
LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM LOWER TO MID 20S AT THE COAST TO
TEENS INLAND. THE WAA PATTERN WILL BRING A RETURN TO NEAR NORMAL
TEMPS ON FRI...UPPER 30S TO LOWER 40S ACROSS THE AREA.
.LONG TERM /FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY/...
NEARLY ZONAL FLOW FRIDAY NIGHT WILL ALLOW FOR A SOUTHERN STREAM
SHORTWAVE TO TRACK NORTHEAST FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY. THE
ASSOCIATED SURFACE LOW TRACKS WEST OF THE REGION WITH A WARM FRONT
MOVING NORTH OF THE REGION SATURDAY. THERE IS LIMITED MOISTURE AND
WEAK LIFT WITH THE FRONT SO WILL CARRY ONLY SLIGHT CHANCE
POPS...MAINLY ACROSS THE WESTERN ZONES.