We've had more than our fair share of cloudy, soggy, cool days as of late. Going back from the middle of September into the first few days of October, the weather pattern has generally been the same. Large cut-off areas of low pressure have been swirling around our area helping to contribute to our gloomy weather trend. With nothing to push these areas of low pressure away, they have been sitting and spinning for days on end. This is all about ready to change!
An enormous ridge of high pressure is keeping a good chunk of the country quite warm and sunny. This area of high pressure will be working its way eastward over the course of the week spelling out lots of sunny afternoons. In addition to the sunshine coming back, we will shake the chill off as well. Daytime highs which have been stuck in the 50s for the past few days will rebound back into the 70s - which will put us much closer to average.
Are you looking forward to seeing a brighter sky in the days to come or do you enjoy the cloudy days? Leave a comment at the bottom of this blog!
Until next time,
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