(WVUE) - High pressure is back and that means less rain coverage for the next couple of days. The area will still see a few pop-up afternoon storms that could be downpours.
Without the rain, mid-90s are likely for highs through Wednesday.
Thursday, rain coverage will increase once again as an upper-level low passes north of the area and weakens the high a bit.
There won't be a major washout, but many folks could see rain during the afternoon. The high pressure should quickly return giving us another breather from showers for the end of the week.
The tropics are busy right on cue as the traditional peak of hurricane season approaches
Fiona is hanging on as a tropical depression while moving out over the open Atlantic and expected to dissipate.
Tropical Storm Gaston is off the African coast. In the Central Atlantic, there is another wave with a 60 percent chance of developing over the next five days.