A COLD FRONT WILL SWEEP THROUGH THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES SUNDAY NIGHT… A REFRESHINGLY COOL AIR MASS MOVES IN ON MONDAY… THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL MOVE IN BY MID-WEEK

A cold front is moving rapidly towards Hampton Roads so this will be the last hot day for a while. Despite the cold front coming through at the ideal time to produce thunderstorms (late afternoon and evening) and decent humidity levels,  forecasters aren’t predicting a widespread outbreak of thunderstorms. This is due to a downsloping flow which normally inhibits storm developemt here in the southern Mid-Atlantic States region. That’s unfortunate as I was hoping for some rain today. Things are getting a bit dry again in my neighborhood. Monday will be much cooler with a northerly breeze. Temperatures may not break the 80 degree mark. By mid-week, the high moves offshore. This will produce a southerly return flow around the high. This flow in combination with an approaching weather system may cause some showers or thunderstorms during the mid-week period.

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