An area of high pressure at the surface will dominate the region for the next several days. The upper level trough (which brought the isolated showers yesterday) will continue to drift away from the Ohio Valley today. With this set-up, expect a stretch of mostly sunny, dry, and warmer conditions through the rest of the week. After the areas of fog dissipate, fair skies allow our afternoon highs to reach the middle 80s. The evening will be warm and pleasant with patchy dense fog expected again tomorrow morning. Lows drop to the upper 50s. The warming trend continues with highs in the upper 80s to around 90 Friday through the weekend. The next best chance for precipitation will be on Monday as a cold front arrives from the northwest. We’ll also keep an eye on the development of Tropical Storm Isaac (which should be a hurricane soon). Direct or indirect effects from Isaac may play a role in our weather sometime next week. For now, it’s still east of the Windward Island in the Atlantic Ocean.
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
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