Sun. Oct 20th, 2019


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IT IS NICE BEING A PART OF THAT. MATT: AND THE WEATHER HELD UP FOR YOU. KYLE: IT DID AND IT WILL CONTINUE TO. EVEN WITH AN ONSHO BREEZE, THE HUMIDITY IS VERY MANAGEABLE. HIGH-PRESSURE IS ANCHORED TO OUR NORTHEAST, CLOSER TO THE CAROLINAS. BUT DRY ENOUGH AIR IN PLACE THAT WE ARE NOT CONCERNED FOR SHOWERS FOR THE MOST OF THE EVENING. BY THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK, LOOKS LIKE SOME MOISTURE WILL START TO RETURN. LET’S TALK ABOUT THE TROPICS. MELISSA WAS A HYBRID STORM YESTERDAY. NOW IT IS A TROPICAL STORM. BUT IT IS WEAKENING AND MOVING AWAY FROM NEW ENGLAND. THERE ARE TWO VERY WEAK DISTURBANCES, ONE NEAR CENTRAL AMERICA. DEVELOPMENT NOT EXPECTED HERE. THE OTHER SYSTEM AS A WAVE THAT WILL COME OFF THE WEST AFRICAN COAST. WE DON’T SEE WAVES COMING OFF THE AFRICAN COAST ONCE WE GET INTO MID-OCTOBER. VERY DRY AND COMFORTABLE UP TOWARDS LEESBURG. THE WINDS WILL SUBSIDE INTO TONIGHT. LOWS IN THE 60’S. MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES TO START OFF SUNDAY. WE WILL SEE SOME CLOUDS WORKING FROM TIME TO TIME. I THINK WE ARE DRY AND LOOKING NEAR PERFECT FOR THE END OF THE WEEKEND. THE BREEZE WILL PICK UP JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE. THE RIP RISK IS STILL HIGH. BE AWARE OF THAT RIP CURRENT RISK. SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS

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