A Bit of Rain Friday Night into Saturday Morning Warmer Early Next Week

A Bit of Rain Friday Night into Saturday Morning Warmer Early Next Week

A Bit of Rain Friday Night into Saturday Morning Warmer Early Next Week

A Bit of Rain Friday Night into Saturday Morning Warmer Early Next Week

Nothing of importance has changed regarding the outlook for the next few days. We had a nice Thursday though chilly with sun and high clouds. Some high clouds are around tonight intermixed with clear skies. We don’t see any issues overnight with lows in the 20s in most places except near 30 in warmer urban areas. Friday day side will feature more clouds arriving though there could be some sun early in the day. What little cold air there is begins to slide out on Friday so highs could be back into at least the low 40s. There will be no issues with precipitation until after midnight Friday night.

SATELLITE

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REGIONAL RADAR

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Low pressure developing in the Gulf of Mexico heads northeast and passes well offshore. I’m still covering for a grazing of rain during the early morning hours of Saturday. Weather conditions will likely improve later in the day. Highs will be into the 40s. Sunday looks fine with some sunshine and highs in the 40s.

Finally Some Sunshine, Saturday Storm Grazes Coast Warmer Early Next Week

Next week we warm things up for Monday into Tuesday with some sunshine Monday Highs in the 50s. The next cold front arrives on Tuesday and it looks as if it is coming in a bit faster with the chance for showers. Highs will be into the 50s.

A Bit of Rain Friday Night into Saturday Morning Warmer Early Next Week

The front is going to hang around and stall with a couple of waves on it for Wednesday and Thursday. Cold air will be to our northwest but I’m having a tough time accepting that it would get in here until after 1 or both waves go by.

 

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