Rain keeps us cool, dry pattern ahead


Rain ending as dry and mild weather arrives

The heat is gone and we are now looking at a quiet and mild pattern for the next several days.  High pressure will move overhead and provide us with a dry and milder than normal pattern for a couple of days. 

The cold front will clear the Commonwealth today and behind the blue triangles on the weather map is a mellow next couple of days.  The air will arrive from the north tonight and tomorrow importing the dry conditions.  High pressure will set up camp over the region and give us several days of sunshine. 

The mercury in the thermometer will gradually rise as we move through the week and into the weekend with highs in the upper 80s.  The normal high for this time of year is the upper 80s, so it looks like we are about to embark on a near normal run for a spell. 

The tropics did try to heat up a bit yesterday with the advent of Tropical Depression Three, but that quickly dissipated.  Bottom line, a quiet several days. We have had 19 days this month of 90° heat or better so it is time we get a break.  Temps today will top out in the 70s (maybe) in most locations.  That is a swing in temps.

John Carroll
Chief Meteorologist

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