Cooler and much drier air is being pushed into the Southeast by a dome of Pacific high pressure that will control our weather into the weekend.
That means colder temperatures and gusty winds driving the cold air. A couple of models are suggesting freezing lows Saturday and Sunday morning. There will also be some new low-level moisture moving around the base of the cold ridge over our region. Could that cause some snow flurries this weekend? It's too early to say.
Looking ahead, a new low pressure system will develop off the South Carolina coast Sunday evening. It will be pushed northward into next week by a new dome of Pacific high pressure. Meteorologist John Wetherbee, CBM