Monday has looked and felt wonderful thanks to the late weekend cold front. Temperatures have cooled a bit and are topping out today in the mid-70s. More importantly, the humidity has been cut and the air feels crisp. The MaxTrack remains clear.
We will get one more day of quiet weather across the Commonwealth before our pattern takes on a long stretch of activity. Tuesday will be another great outdoor weather day with warmer afternoon temperatures and partly cloudy skies. You may notice a smidge more humidity, as winds shift out of the southwest later in the day. As soon as we cross the mark into Wednesday, rain and thunderstorms will already be making a run for us. Several complexes located along fronts will be responsible for activity through the end of the week. In addition, a tropical wave of low pressure in the Bay of Campeche will also be moving through the Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys this weekend. That spells a good dose of rain for our area.