The weather will improve Tuesday through Friday as high pressure takes control over the eastern United States. Temperatures will moderate while all eyes will turn to the Caribbean Sea as some of the ensemble forecast models are indicating that Tropical Storm ETA may get pulled northward towards Cuba or into the Florida Strait late week. The image below is from the latest European Ensemble Prediction System (EPS), courtesy WxBell.
Wrath of Sally to Pass Through Tidewater of Virginia and Carolinas
Afternoon showers will develop across the DC Metropolitan Area on Thursday, eventually transitioning into a steady light rain during the overnight and continuing through predawn Friday. The showers will come to an end on Friday morning as a cold front slides southward through the Washington Area. The threat of severe thunderstorms will remain well south of our area across the eastern Carolinas and Tidewater of Virginia.
Feeling Like October
Just how low will the mercury go this weekend into early next week?