AFTER A COOL DOWN THIS WEEKEND, WE WARM BACK UP FOR THE START OF THE WORK WEEK… A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVING BY TO OUR NORTH MAY BRING SOME UNSETTLED WEATHER BY MID-WEEK… ANOTHER COOL DOWN SEEMS LIKELY LATER IN THE WEEK

A cool high pressure system is providing nice weather on Sunday, but it will be moving offshore and weakening. Our winds will veer around from the NE today to a more southerly direction on Monday. This will allow warmer air to move into the Hampton Roads region. A warm front will also be moving through, but right now, forecasters aren’t expecting too much rain but some light rain or showers is possible Monday night or Tuesday morning from this system. A cold front will also move through and then we should clear out for a while on Tuesday. Then, the forecast gets a bit tricky as frontal system is expected to stall out somewhere to our south and west. Low pressure is expected to develop and ride along this front on Wednesday and Thursday bringing some rain with it. Areas to the north of the front should expect rain while areas to the south may not see too much. Pinpointing exactly where that front will end up is difficult to say right now but it appears that the best chances of rain will be the further north you are. Another cold high pressure system is expected to move down later in the week behind this low pressure system. So, in summary, there will be plenty of changes in the day to day weather this upcoming week, which is typical for this time of year. Thanks for reading and have a great day.

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