High pressure is still running the show in Hampton Roads, and that means more sunshine to start the week.
A cold front is approaching the area for early this week and we'll have a southwesterly flow bringing in warmer air. High temperatures rise to the middle to upper 80s to start the week. We have slightly higher humidity over the next 36 hours.
A weak cold front will move through late Monday night and early Tuesday morning, dropping temperatures back to seasonable levels. A low rain chance comes on Tuesday with the passing of the front. Another low rain chance comes next weekend but most of the week stays dry.
We continue to track Tropical Storm Jerry, but Tropical Storm Karen also formed Sunday morning. Karen is forecast to cross the southern Caribbean and turn to the north toward Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands (US and British). The Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are all under tropical storm watches. We expect impacts there Tuesday-Wednesday. Check back for updates.
As for Jerry... the Bahamas will not see any direct impacts from Jerry, as the storm is expected to curve to the north, and eventually northeast. On the current path, Jerry will threaten Bermuda Tuesday into Wednesday. We will continue to monitor developments with Jerry and Karen closely.
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