A cold front moved through the region early this morning. Right now, it’s just to our southeast and will continue to slowly move in that direction today, before stalling out. As it does so, you can expect cloud cover to thin out over the course of the morning hours. By the afternoon, it will be quite nice outside. Best of all, it will be noticeably less humid as winds will be from a westerly direction.
Tomorrow’s weather looks to be perfect. An abundance of sunshine and temperatures in the upper 70’s means even the biggest couch potato will want to go outside. The frontal boundary will remain stalled to our southeast, meaning drier air will remain. It’s going to be a perfect summer day in the High Country!
Unfortunately, this perfect weather won’t continue past tomorrow. The stalled front will lift back to the north on Sunday as a warm front. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be prevalent across the region in the afternoon. Once the frontal boundary pushes through our area, we’ll once again be in a warm, humid air mass. Southerly wind flow will take re-establish itself for at least the first half of next week. Above average temperatures and humid conditions will be the name of the game once again. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms will be possible each day.