No weather issues expected across the area through Wednesday as high pressure over the Gulf will slide slowly eastward off the Georgia coast Wednesday. The next strong mid-level low pressure will move into the Four corners area by Wednesday morning. Surface flow will gradually turn onshore overnight tonight, but moisture levels won`t really begin increasing until the daytime hours Wednesday. Shouldn’t see much in the way of clouds until Wednesday as well. Temperatures will be a little cooler than normal today and tonight, but only 3-5 degrees.
Model have slowed down a bit, and into better agreement with the next system. Now appears to be primarily a Thursday daytime issue. Upper and surface lows will be quite a bit further north than the Saturday night event was. Rain chances start increasing in the northwest late Wednesday night. Rain will start diminishing from the northwest Thursday night. Once rain moves out Friday morning, the remainder of the forecast will be dry.