Today’s forecast features much drier conditions than the past few days, with just a 20% chance of some isolated showers this morning in our far eastern areas. A dry (rain-free) cold front will pass through the region this evening, further drying the air and cooling us down to the high 60’s overnight. Northerly flow off a high pressure system situated over the Ohio River Valley will funnel drier and cooler air into the area behind the front tomorrow, keeping humidity values low and rain chances almost non-existent through the weekend. Highs today will stay in the high 80’s, with highs over the weekend tapering to the low to mid 80’s. Lows will dip to the low 60’s.
A frontal boundary will approach the region late Monday/early Tuesday, but will be so weak that rain chances will stay isolated at 20%. Temperatures and humidity values will increase through next week.