…which is a wackadoodle way of saying, THIS kind of high pressure will cause no stress, mon… Irie!
Ok, now that I’ve confused some of you, hopefully I at least got your attention, and now I will deliver you into the Synopsisummary forthwith, with haste…
–Huge high pressure covers most of the country today, and it’s floating toward the southeast U.S.
–After a very cold start, highs will reach the mid 20s to low 30s under mostly sunny skies with light NW wind
–Lows tonight will dip into the teens under clear skies
–A light southwest wind develops Saturday as high pressure passes to our south, and we’ll enjoy more sunshine with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s
–Saturday night lows will rest down into the low/mid 20s
–Sunday and Monday are even milder with highs in the mid to upper 40s and lows in the upper 20s
–Get out and enjoy this weekend!
–Sunday features plenty of sunshine, and Monday STARTS with sunshine, but clouds up later
–Showers arrive after midnight Monday night, with lows dropping into the mid 30s
–A rainy and showery Tuesday arrives, lasting into Tuesday night with mild highs in the 45-50º range
–Wednesday looks showery and mild, but colder air will slowly be seeping southeast
–This may cause some areas to mix with snow or ice by Thursday as the second wave moves through the region
–Looking colder by next weekend
Have a great day!!
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