Drier Times Coming
Posted by Brent Cameron
A wet and unsettled stretch is gradually coming to a close. We've also seen a lot of stubborn dark clouds lately, but more sunshine and favorable weather is on the way!
A surge of deep moisture is finally moving away from Florida while drier air shifts in our direction. As the moisture thins-out... and high pressure moves in... the change will suppress nearly all showers that try to form. High pressure is building our way (southward) from the middle Atlantic states. Since there's a pressure difference from the Atlantic Ocean, we'll get a nice onshore breeze beginning Tuesday.
Steady and quiet weather conditions are likely to last much of the week. Expect both seasonal temperatures and low rain chances. We'll continue to watch the tail end of a weakening front (during the late-week) but forecast models suggest that it will be "moisture starved" and less important, as the days continue.
The long range forecast calls for more-typical type temperatures as we round-out the month of April. Of course, recent weeks have involved a real sneak preview of what we'll get during the summer months!