We had a major arctic blast to close out January, which brought some snow to the Deep South. However, the first few days of February will be very different.
Starting early next week, upper-level ridging will build across the eastern two-thirds of the country. This will allow for a surge of warmth, with above-average temperatures likely. By the middle of next week, ridging will likely shift into the Atlantic, allowing a for a shot of cold air.
Beyond Next Week:
Then, looking out to day 10 and beyond, ensemble systems suggest that we will see riding nudge back into the east, which would favor a return to warmer temperatures.
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