The area of high pressure which starting pressing in Sunday night is now overhead. Skies are clear and sunny with this feature.
This type of weather is a real treat for August and we’ve had more days then not with a temperature pattern south of what is average for August.
There are a few signs of showers or perhaps a rumble of thunder Friday night as a weak disturbance whips on through the Ozarks.
I think the weekend will be dry and about right on temperatures for the closing days of August.
All of next week, the jet stream pattern changes to encourage near normal temperatures.
Tropical Storm Erika is on course to be in the Bahamas by Saturday night in very warm waters and a decent environment for development. The National Hurricane Center strengthens Erika to minimal hurricane status by early Sunday near Miami!