Monday, June 27, 2016

Monday Morning Weekly Weather Summary: Frontal Passages

Good morning, hope everyone had a good weekend. We have a generally nice week ahead. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 80's all week with some showers to deal with early in the week as a front moves through the area.

Today will stay mostly sunny with highs in the low 80's. A frontal boundary approaches tonight which will bring scattered showers...

The tricky part of this forecast is determining how long this front lingers around for. Models are indicating it will stall just to our east Tuesday. This means we need to leave open the chance for more showers with more clouds than sun. You can see below the models show this scattered shower activity lingering...

I think this should all pull out by Wednesday giving way to sunny skies. 

Thursday and Friday are in the clear as well.

Holiday Weekend Sneak Peak:

The overall pattern for Independence Day weekend will feature an upper level trough lingering around the region..

Translation: Temperatures should stay tame (80's) with sunny skies and the chance of a passing shower at times. I do not expect any washouts through early Sunday. I am watching the potential for a low pressure system to develop to our south Sunday afternoon into Monday but there is not enough evidence to for me to mention rain. Right now things look to be in the clear.

Will update again this week. 

Thanks for checking in. 

1 comment:

  1. I wish we could for once get through an entire week without rain. It would be nice to get a downpour a few times a month then see the miserable disgusting rain and clouds every few days. If I could wish the rain and clouds away forever I would, unfortunately they're required. It still doesn't keep me from hating precipitation in any form.