Good morning! Today is the start of the first full week of 2020 which means your resolutions should be in
full swing! With this being said, we are looking at a decently pleasant work week as yesterday’s cold front moves out, and warmer temperatures arrive.
Today and Tonight
If you got an early start to the day, you experienced crisp temperatures, right near the freezing mark. However, the high is expected to reach 52 degrees today making for an impressive 20 degree temperature jump. There will be a light southwest wind with gusts reaching up to 22 mph.
Following the exit of yesterday’s cold front is an area of high pressure that has settled into the region. This high pressure is responsible for bringing today’s sunny skies. Tonight will be mostly clear with a low of 29 degrees.
Monday and Monday Night
Monday is shaping to be just as pleasant as Sunday. The region will remain dominated by the high pressure which will again bring mostly sunny skies, and the high reaching 51 degrees.
Monday night, after 7 pm, a small cold front moves into the region bringing with it the chance for rain. These will be very light showers, so nothing to be concerned about, with total accumulation less than a tenth of an inch. The low will be 37 degrees so precipitation will stay as rain.
Tuesday and Wednesday
Heading into your Tuesday, rain chances will linger as the cold front makes its way out of the region. However, rain chances should completely diminish by noon resulting in sunny skies for the rest of your Tuesday. The high will reach a seasonal 47 degrees. Tuesday night looks to remain clear with the low dipping to a chilly 30 degrees.
Hump day looks to be a lot like Tuesday as sunny skies dominate with a high reaching 50 degrees. Enjoy the dry weather because the next weather-making system will move into the region by the end of the week.
That’s all for today’s post! I hope you have a great week and that 2020 is off to a terrific start! Make sure to follow @wxornotBG on Twitter for all things weather.