There is a Ridge of High Pressure over much of the Eastern half of the nation (In the wake of a cold front). A Low Pressure System North of the Midwest has a cold front that is stretched into the plains.
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In the wake of a cold front a ridge of high pressure is building in to the area, we will see sunny skies through the end of the week. Clear conditions coupled with cooler temperatures and a light and variable wind will accompany a dry air mass. All of these variables combined will bring a very pleasant forecast for our area. With the exception of a warming trend after Thursday, there will not be much of a day to day change until the weekend. At that time, we will see more cloud cover move into the area with skies becoming partly cloudy. However tonight, expect clear skies and lows dropping into a chilly range.
For the rest of the day
Expect plenty of sunshine, very little humidity and a wind that will become breezy at times. Highs will climb to around 80 and it will feel very nice, outside. Overnight lows will dip into the lower 50's with a clear sky and a Light & Variable wind.
For the rest of the 7day planner
In the wake of this cold front, High Pressure will influence our weather through the later part of the work week. That means clear skies, low rain chances and chilly overnight lows. Rain chances will slowly return this weekend with a slight chance in the afternoon (Saturday & Sunday).
TODAY...Sunny skies and a pleasant feel. Highs 77-83. N/NE wind 3-14 mph.
NIGHT...Clear skies and cool conditions. Lows 47-54. Little or no wind.
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