As advertised today has been breezy and cooler than Thursday was. A passing cloud from time to time and if you get into the mountains you could see a shower or two. After a hard freeze tonight the next thing to watch is Tuesday. Tuesday is going to be a wet cool day but we might not get the rain we need. The track of the low is going to follow an old cold front draped across the area but the low itself might fall apart as it runs into dry air across the Carolinas. Therefore I’m not sold on a wash out for Tuesday but I’ll keep you posted.
Projected Precip totals from the GFS and ECMWF through Tuesday night provided by: http://models.weatherbell.com/
Not much change from yesterday’s forecast. Only thing to note is that it’s going to be very dry and there will likely be a red flag warning. Humidity will be 10 to 20 percent. Highs 47-54ºF, breezy. Winds out of the NW at 10-15 mph. Mostly clear with some passing clouds from time to time. Lows 30-35º. Frost and freeze likely. Mostly clear.
Highs 58-63ºF. Sunny and clear. Winds 10-15 mph out of the west. It will still be a cool day even with the warmer temperatures because of the dry air and high pressure overhead will be mixing down cool and dry air. Lows 37-44ºF, Clear and calm
Highs 67-75ºF. Warm and much more humidity. Today will be the opposite of the weekend we will have a south wind calm to 10 mph. Partly cloudy with thickening clouds in the evening. Winds will also be increasing to 15 mph out of the south bring in the warm air ahead of the rain for tuesday. Overnight cloudy with showers late. Lows 48-55ºF