COLD FRONT ARRIVES LATER WEDNESDAY
FROST FREEZES POSSIBLE THURSDAY FRIDAY MORNING IN MANY AREAS
ANOTHER SHOT OF COLD ARRIVE ARRIVES LATER SATURDAY
Not much has changed in the outlook over the next 7 days. Cold fronts will be coming through every 2 or 3 days, cold air masses will follow and the warm ups in between will be sub par. The upper air pattern favors colder than average temperatures until further notice. This evening we have some high clouds around as a weak wave of low pressure passes well to out south. There is nothing close by as far as showers are concerned and overnight we will have nothing more than a few passing clouds with most lows in the mid 40s to near 50 though some 30s are possible inland north and west of the coast.
While radars are quiet at the moment we could see some showers late in the day on Wednesday scattered around. It won’t amount to much but this is the next cold front moving through. Temperatures on Wednesday will reach into the 60s but the warm ups that are occurring in between cold fronts are sub par. Temperatures can barely get back to average. Then in comes the next shot of cold air for Thursday. Thursday morning lows will be in the upper 20s to middle 30s in most places. Warmer urban centers will likely stay above freezing but some inland areas could see the first frosts and freezes of the season.
Thursday temperatures will probably not get out of the 40s in many areas and Friday morning we will wake up to another round of frosts and freezes. Friday we should see temperatures recover back into the mid and upper 50s.
The weekend brings the next cold front with the risk for showers followed by an even colder shot of air for Sunday and Monday and another round of frosts and freezes. No big storms are on the horizon.
Long range some questions rise regarding storm development toward month end and JOESTRADAMUS takes a look at that in his latest long range post.
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