I am getting back into the groove here after a week-long break that was unanticipated to deal with some personal matters. I am grateful the pattern has been relatively quiet as I also used the time to recharge my batteries a bit. I am working hard in several ways to keep up with the demands of everything between my day job, father, husband, and my recovery. It gets to be a bit much at times. While I thoroughly enjoy forecasting weather and sharing my thoughts with you folks, it does take a toll on me. Time management is always a challenge. I have to be rational about my efforts here. The day will come where this will be more of a full-time operation, but for now I will focus primarily on storms and impacts. I will update as often as I can, whether here, on Twitter or Facebook. I've had your back for ten years now, and I plan to keep it. I appreciate your support more than you know, and thank you for understanding.
Ridge begins to build Wednesday
After another bone chilling start over the region, temperatures begin to increase. High pressure responsible for the cold shifts east, and a southerly flow develops. Coastal areas experience a stiff breeze as the day evolves, along with the higher hills. Clouds increase as a strong upper-level ridge moves in from the southwest. The breeze continues into Wednesday night, and expect it to continue through the remainder of the week.
Long wave frontal boundary to bring rain, wind,
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