Friday Evening Weather Discussion

By: Stephen Bowers Email
By: Stephen Bowers Email

A cold front is quickly approaching our area. Tonight, a warm wind will rev up the humidity. In response, fog will be more dense and more widespread than in the previous few nights. Temperatures will also be a little warmer for most of us. The clouds will thicken up tomorrow, and while widespread rain does not appear to be likely due to lack of sufficient deep moisture, a few stray showers are possible. Deep moisture will rive over the chilling air mass on Sunday, resulting in more cloud cover and potentially a few showers. Sunday's temperatures will likely struggle to reach 70, and temperatures will cool quickly into Monday morning. Tuesday morning will be the coolest morning in this string of cool days. Most models begin a warming trend Tuesday afternoon, but that warming trend may be delayed a bit since this cold air mass is so deep and so cold. A warmer wind sets up west of high pressure late next week, and that will help to increase the warming.

Tonight will be mostly clear with areas of fog. The low will be near 56. The wind will be light from the southwest. Tomorrow will become cloudy with a chance for a few stray showers. The morning low will be near 53. The afternoon high will be near 70. Monday will be mostly cloudy, though the clouds will begin thinning out late in the day. The morning low will be near 45. The afternoon high will be near 71. Tuesday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 42. The afternoon high will be near 77. Wednesday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 51. The afternoon high will be near 83. Thursday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 53. The afternoon high will be near 83. Friday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 56. The afternoon high will be near 84.


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