A ridge of high pressure is settling over our area. A dissipating cold front is draped through the NE United States and Ohio River Valley.. There will be a developing LPS over the Central Plains.
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A ridge of High Pressure will build in and remain in place through the rest of the week and into the weekend. Our area will remain under the influence of this feature until Sunday. This means that we will see clear skies a warming trend and low rain chances. These conditions will remain the theme until a developing front moves into place. So, through Saturday, expect to see these pleasant mornings, seasonably warm days and very little cloud cover.
For the rest of the day
Expect plenty of sunshine with only a little in and out, light cloud cover. Winds will be light to moderate and out of the South & East. Overnight, pleasant conditions will return with lows in the 60's.
For the rest of the 7day planner
For the next couple of days, these conditions will continue. A developing front will move into the area on Sunday. This will be our next significant chance for rain. The beginning of the work week will bring with it, clearing skies, tapering rain chances and continued seasonably warm temperatures.
TODAY...Morning fog clearing out before midday, revealing mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Highs 84-90. SSE wind 3-12 mph.
to partly cloudy skies and mild. Lows 59-66. Little or no wind.
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