9/23 – Rob’s “Hot & Humid” Monday Afternoon Forecast

A fairly quiet weather pattern will dominate through the workweek. As a result, very little in the way of convection is expected through the upcoming weekend. The mid/upper high pressure does become suppressed to the south and east during the last half of the workweek as an upper trough passes to our north before rebuilding across the region again over the weekend. During the time period when the ridge weakens at the end of the workweek, isolated showers may be observed over primarily the western sections of the forecast area. Otherwise, most areas will be dry for the next 7 days. Temperatures will continue to run above normal with daytime highs mainly in the lower to mid-90s.

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