Happy Monday Morning! High pressure has moved into the region in the wake of yesterday’s cold front, the clockwise flow around the high pressure has shifted winds out of the north, and the gradient between the high pressure and yestersays departing system has made for those north winds to become a bit breezy. Temps have been steadily dropping through the overnight and continue to drop early this morning, setting the stage for a much colder day across the region. Sunrise will help bring temps only to the 40’s to around 50 for highs today. Besides the lower temps, its a great day with lots of sunshine and dry conditions, we may see clouds linger a bit this morning in the higher elevations but everyone should see plentiful sunshine by the afternoon. Tonight, clear skies and subsiding winds will allow for maximum radiational cooling and temps will react accordingly, with 20’s and 30’s likely across the region tonight.
Tomorrow high pressure begins to slide to our east, winds shift out of the south and temps begin to early increase once again. The theme overall this week will be seasonable temps, with a few pieces of energy swinging in and helping to keep temps on a bit of a seesaw as we get through midweek. Everyone have a great week and thanks for following HVW for your weather needs.