4/28/2019

By Jack Martin on Apr 29, 2019 at 02:49 PM

Gloomy morning out there.

Fog, drizzle and cool temps are the story for the day, and the week ahead.

The story for the next 2 days is going to be a cut-off low spinning off shore.

https://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/weus/h5-loop-wv.html

This will bring in a chance of light rain this afternoon and tonight for mainly the southern 2/3 of the forecast area.

This low pressure system is just spinning off shore and will begin to move onshore this afternoon. Depending on the north or south track, we could see some light rain tonight and Monday morning.

Showers are also possible in the mountains.

Tuesday the low will pass to the East, but May Gray or June Gloom will remain all week. Cooler days with temps below normal will last all week.

Thursday and Friday, a slight warm up but the weekend brings in another low pressure system with rain possible again next weekend.

Bottom line for the next week, we will have cooler temps, highs in the 60s with fog and minimal clearing during the day.

On another note:

I would like to thank everyone that contributed to my grandson's memorial fund. We have raised $17,000.00 for the boys and Girls club.

You all are rock stars for helping the Kids of the boys and Girls clubs. Today would have been Rigley’s first birthday. It makes me so happy that we have raised so much money to help other kids.

If you would like to help, here is the details and info:

https://www.unitedbg.org/donor/rigley-hu-martin-memorial-fund/

Thanks to all and have a great week.