I am not sure if I am getting lazy or if this blog slips my mind here lately. I think that it's a mixture of both... plus the weather pattern is getting a little less action packed. All of the variables have joined forces and keep me from posting every single day like back in the winter. So let's pick up the pace again... or try really hard LOL!
We do have a very nice pattern to look forward to though. High pressure will bat down any rain chances that we'll have coming up over the next several days. I built a graphic on Wednesday night's news that I called the "Wall" and that is essentially what we'll have in place just to our west. The ridge of high pressure will re-route several storm systems into Canada. Each time one passes though, the next will get a little bit closer. Until the middle of next week. That'll be when the wall finally collapes and we see showers & storms come swinging back into the region.
Friday-Sunday will be the warmest streak. Each day it looks as if highs will reach the low to mid 80s. There is some data that is trying to push cities like London, Somerset, and Williamsburg into the upper 80s! Would I be shocked... No! Will it happen... Maybe! I have learned that when we begin dealing with the true seasonal transition that the model data can really be confused. So right now we'll sit and wait for more data to come rolling our way!