Sunday, August 30, 2009

Nicer weather north - South and SE VA to see some rains!

Cooler weather is slowly filtering in. The Front that came through parts of the area is slowing down, so southern Virginia and NC are still a bit warm today, while Northern Virginia will see drier and nicer weather. The questions for the early part of the week is how far north and west the rain will be able to make it from the front that will be stalled along the coast. Overall, much cooler air will be here during the time with highs in the low and mid 70s through Tuesday. It starts to warm some Wednesday to near 80 in the south and then 80s most areas the rest of the week. Rain chances will be off and on for the southern half of Virginia and most of North Carolina.

Tropics again look interesting. Invest 94L has really become well organized overnight and will now likely become the next tropical depression of the season. This one is east of the Lesser Antilles and heading West Northwestward. If this continues to organize with its current position, it could end up being the next Hurricane as well due to its location and favorable conditions.

All for now.


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