World and Nation

Calm, then rain on Fri.

A vast high pressure system will take hold of the northeast United States for the first half of this week, resulting in calm, sunny conditions for our area. In fact, there will likely not be a cloud in the sky today, as the high pressure system slowly approaches from our west. However, the same system is currently causing cold air to be advected from our north, meaning temperatures will likely not break 50°F for the next two days.

For the second half of the week, our weather will likely be impacted by a storm system forecast to develop and move up the Atlantic coast. While the track and intensity of this storm are still unknown, it could bring rainfall as it passes our area on Thursday and Friday.