The incredibly wet weather that has been with us for the past week has finally come to an end. A cold front moved through Friday morning and the winds have changed to a northwesterly direction.
This weekend’s weather will be influenced by high pressure building in behind the departing low pressure system. The weather should be great and compared to this past week, spectacular.
Both Saturday and Sunday will be sunny and near average temperature-wise (average high 83). It will be breezy on Saturday with some fair weather cumulus in the afternoon, and less so on Sunday. High Saturday 81-83 and 82-85 on Sunday, based on the EKDMOS. (Ensemble Kernal Density Model Output Statistics)
Temperatures turn much warmer on Monday.
[su_note note_color=”#d9f2da”]In sync with the arrival of summer, the coming week looks to have typical summer weather with high temperatures approaching 90 with increasing humidity. A Bermuda high pressure system will control our weather. Very little in the way of organized low pressure systems or jet stream dips in the medium or extended range GFS model forecasts.[/su_note]