The First Alert Forecast remains quite mild throughout the period. I can’t believe I’m hinting at eighty degrees, with a very stable air mass, with humid conditions in the short term and only a smattering of a shower or two.
The record high for the day on Friday is eighty-two degrees set back in 1989. Certainly not going to bust this but adding a little perspective on this mild pattern, that we will not shake, just yet.
The Canadian cold front entering the region this weekend will stall and we of course will be situated south of the front, keeping us into the seventies and we will never really see the cooler air filter this far south.
This front will finally develop an area of low pressure along the axis, making it more energized so it’ll swing through the region, only bringing a sporadic shower or two to the area. Breezy conditions from the southwest will keep us warm.
Mid-Week: We will need to watch closely for a stronger surface low and front transitioning from Wednesday-Thursday for the set-up for severe weather but too soon to make a hard call. Stay tuned!