Dry Through the Work Week

Surface high pressure is setting up over the Southeastern United States and will remain in place – drifting eastward with time – into Friday. As such, our next shot for any meaingful precipitation won’t arrive until late Friday or Friday Night, with fair weather in control for the next several days.

While Wednesday will be an unseaonably cold day, with temperatures stuck in the 30s, that surface high pressure will eventually yield some milder weather. Today’s cold west and northwest wind will gradually become southwesterly over the next 24 hours. The southwest wind will scour out the abnormally cold air mass and yield temperatures closer to (and eventually above) normal for the second half of the work week.