SHORT TERM [Wednesday Through Thursday Night]...
Outside of the potential for morning fog and low cloudiness, and
some 20-30 percent chances for rain across western portions of the
CWA during the next couple of days, a pleasantly warm stretch of
weather is in store for the region over the short term period. This
will be caused by a building Upper Level Ridge over the Bahamas
which will hold off a fairly potent Upper Level Low to our west
until the end of the week. This will allow for High Temperatures to
approach the 80 degree mark over parts of the interior on Wed. and
Thu. Did go a little conservative on Max Ts this package due to the
cool SSTs and potential for fog and low clouds, but these may
require some upward adjusting before all is said and done.