High pressure continues to dominate the southeast and dry conditions are holding strong. As we get on into Sunday calm winds will settle in and we could see the temperature begin to climb as well. Lows should begin to rise over the next few days so we are still at least a week or two away from our first frost of the year.
Sunshine will hang on until Thursday at which point a stronger cold front will move through giving us rain and clouds from Thursday afternoon until midday Friday. Rain should be isolated to scattered around the area with an outside chance of a thunderstorm. Severe weather is not expected.
SUNDAY: Sunny and Mild...High 76, winds Calm
SUNDAY NIGHT: Clear and Cool...Low 44, winds Calm
MONDAY: Sunny and Warmer...High 84, winds SE-5
Today's Record Temperatures