A Full Blown Spring Pattern

Good Tuesday, everyone. We have a few clouds and isolated showers pushing across the region today, but the main action comes later in the week. That’s when the first in a series of storm systems impacts our part of the world, kicking off a busy spring pattern.

As mentioned, clouds will show up today across the central and east as a storm system works along the southeastern coast. This may have a few indirect showers to form across the east and southeast…

Wednesday looks like a very nice day with temps in the 60s and a mostly sunny sky.

Clouds will increase on Thursday as temps make a run at 70 degrees on a strong southwest wind. This is ahead of a storm system rolling in from the west and it will bring a few showers and thunderstorms our way. That action will increase later Thursday into Friday…

Temps remain mild and actually rise this weekend with readings hitting the 70s with an outside shot at an 80…

Another storm system approaches the region later Sunday and Monday and may bring an increase in strong storms…

Have a great Tuesday and take care.

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2 Responses to A Full Blown Spring Pattern

  1. Schroeder says:

    80 degrees sound great if we can keep the lower dew points. I’m really not ready for the high humidity yet.

    • TennMark says:

      You may be a lot like my better half! She doesn’t like humid heat, I love summers (but even I near my limit during the infrequent times the dew point gets in the upper 70s). She likes the AC cranked way up, I prefer open windows. Winter lover vs summer lover! 😉

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