Meanwhile, very hot weather continues to dominate the scene from the south-central US to the southeastern states as strong high pressure ridging persists in the upper part of the atmosphere. Many spots will come close to triple digit highs over the next couple of days including, for example, Atlanta, Georgia and Huntsville, Alabama and the intense heat will reassert itself early next week. Some of this hot air mass will try to make an advance to the north and east early next week and this puts a significant warm-up on the table for places like Washington, D.C. by next Tuesday or Wednesday. Having said that, wind flow in the upper atmosphere is likely to remain in a northwesterly direction in the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast US – likely preventing any kind of an extended heat spell around here.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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