WEATHER PATTERN: Stalled same ol' same ol'

System is stalled-out for the time being. A mild pattern continues to flow around a weak ridge across the southeastern U.S. The sky cover will be mainly clouds in this extended forecast. There may even be a break or two of sunshine.

These few breaks will add a few more degrees of warmth throughout the day. As far as the precipitation through Thursday this will come in mainly in the mornings when temperatures and surface dew points are nearly saturated. There will be mainly fog and drizzle.

 

When Friday's front swings into the region it appears by all MOS data that this front will stall across the I-85 corridor... This doesn't mean we'll see wide-spread coverage for rain, in fact we will remain in the mild sector, and well above average.

At this time due to the close proximity to our front we will keep light scattered rain Sunday and Monday mention but again along the boundary or front, which appears to be north of I-85, we will need to watch closely, if we need to adjust our forecast for amount of precipitation and coverage.


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