Monday Evening Weather Discussion

By: Stephen Bowers Email
By: Stephen Bowers Email

A low pressure trough at the jet stream level up around 35,000 feet has carved southward and into the South. East of that trough, which extends all the way throughout the atmosphere and down to the ground, a very deep humid air flow has kept clouds hanging over our region after a sloppy and soggy weekend. The trough will slide eastward and a dry wind will set up west of the trough. That will help break up the clouds and bring an end to the gray and drizzly weather. Weak high pressure will slide quickly across our area throughout the week, bringing cool mornings and mild afternoons. This weekend another cold front will move through our area, and temperatures will drop after a week of climbing back into the mid-80's for highs.

Tonight will be cloudy with fog and drizzle. The low will be near 55. The wind will be from the west-northwest at 3-7 mph. Tomorrow will be mainly cloudy, though the clouds will begin breaking up late in the day. The high will be near 72. The wind will be from the west/northwest at 5-10 mph. Wednesday will become mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 50. The afternoon high will be near 82. Thursday will be mostly sunny. The morning low will be near 53. The afternoon high will be near 84. Friday will be partly cloudy. The morning low will be near 54. The afternoon high will be near 86. Saturday will be mainly cloudy. The morning low will be near 56. The afternoon high will be near 82. Sunday will be mainly cloudy with areas of light rain for some of us. The morning low will be near 53. The afternoon high will be near 73. Monday will be mainly cloudy with areas of light rain. The morning low will be near 49. The afternoon high will be near 72.


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