Monday, June 4, 2012

Dry weather and near-normal temperatures ahead for the next few days...

Monday:  Mostly cloudy with a high near 87 and a low around 60.
Tuesday:  Sunny skies with a high near 82 and a low around 55.
Wednesday:  Mostly sunny skies with a high near 82 and a low around 56.
Thursday:  Mostly sunny skies with a high near 84 and a low around 59.
Friday:  Sunny skies with a high near 88 and a low around 60.

A blocking pattern in the Northern Atlantic will benefit our weather for the rest of the work week this week as subsidence along the western edge of a retreating trough helps keep skies clear.  It's not until Friday that the trough begins to finally exit and head out into the Atlantic.  High pressure at the surface and aloft, coupled with cold air advection will keep our skies clear, our weather dry, and help to mitigate any significant warming from the sun, ultimately setting the stage for a great week!
The dip in the jet stream covering the Great Lakes and the Midwest will be present until the end of the week.

Once the trough finally slides eastward, warming will kick in

A couple of shortwaves will propagate through the trough and round its base Wednesday and Thursday, likely contributing to some cloud cover during the day.  However, no rain is expected until around this time next week.
Lead Forecaster:  Jeremy Young

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