[Saturday through next Wednesday] A broad upper trough is forecast
to remain in place over the eastern half of the country through
the weekend. Remnants of the early week cold front will remain in
place over central Florida, with southwest FLOW aloft keeping
limited RAIN chances in place for the eastern Big Bend. Otherwise,
the weather is forecast to be dry and seasonably warm for Saturday
and Sunday. A shortwave will drop into the mean trough late in the
weekend and push a dry cold front into the deep south by early
Monday. Guidance is in good agreement that the bulk of the upper
energy and the low-level cool air will push more eastward into the
Mid-Atlantic, with just a modest cooling into the tri-state area.
For Monday and Tuesday, expect high temperatures to hold in the
mid 80s. The drier incoming airmass will support cooler min temps,
with lows in the upper 50s and lower 60s.