Despite the cool start to Monday morning, Tuesday sings a different tune. Milder mornings lie ahead over the next 9 days as a high pressure ridge builds in over the Southeast. But afternoons will especially run on the warm side, with highs consistently in the 80s—if not near 90 by Thursday and Friday!
Though we turn a touch more humid over the coming days with southerly winds back in place, rain chances stay at zero as the dry pattern of late persists. By the weekend though, our next rainmaker heads toward the Deep South. As of right now, rain chances still do not look overly impressive here in the Valley—looks like our northern counties would stand the best chance for seeing a shot of showers late in the day on Saturday. Some showers may linger into Sunday, but overall rain chances deteriorate into Monday.
Next week looks to hold a mix of sun and clouds, and staying warm—nothing too out of the ordinary as we inch closer toward summer.
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