Drier air moving in...

>> Friday, June 24, 2011

Scroll to the post below this one for the radar images of a rotating thunderstorm in eastern Tennessee last night.

Here's today's edition of the video...

A cold front is progressing through the region today, and that front will usher in some drier air for us for a couple of days. Highs today will be in the 89-92 degree range for much of the region. The best chance of any storms today will be roughly from I-95 over toward the coast.

We are setting up for some very nice Saturday weather. Look for low levels of humidity and lots of sun....and the chance of rain will be very low. Highs tomorrow in the Piedmont look to be in the upper 80s to around 90.

I will maintain a small chance of a few storms very late Sunday, but it's really looking like Monday is the day with good chance of showers and storms as a disturbance approaches from the west.


DoubleJ 3:14 PM  

Hey Matthew, just wanted to say that my first Meteorology class is almost over, and I really enjoyed it. I'm taking Synoptic in the fall, and am really looking forward to it!!

Matthew East 1:45 PM  

DoubleJ....excellent! Good to hear! I enjoyed synoptic....loved looking at large-scale patterns.

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