More clouds than yesterday but as the above surface weather map shows we stay dry and around 10 degrees warmer than normal today.
A front and weak low pressure system moves in tomorrow night into Friday as it turns briefly a little cooler to end the week:
Rainfall amounts average a quarter of an inch or so, no severe weather is expected as of now, but we’ll have to monitor that for any change.
Then an upper level ridge of high pressure will bring the warmest weather of the year so far next week:
As you would expect with a jet stream ridge over the Southeast along with warm weather it turns drier:
A warm May with rainfall normal to a little below normal.
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