1/15 – Rob Knight’s “Sunny & Cool” Friday Morning Forecast

A cold front moved through the area overnight, with a few clouds departing to the east. NW winds behind the front will gradually rise through today but should limit around 10-15 mph for most areas but a little gusty for the coastal counties. High pressure will build in over the weekend with some light freezing temps during the overnight mainly for the interior counties.

Quiet conditions expected along the north Gulf coast through the period with a warming trend and some wetter conditions for at least a portion of the forecast area by mid-week. A strong cut-off low and mid/upper level disturbance are expected to develop near the Desert SW/Baja/northwest Mexico region Tuesday into Wednesday. The models develop significant differences the position, strength and timing of the main system and disturbance and impulses that eject out into the Plains during the middle to latter part of the week along with the associated surface cold front. At this point, show a slight chance of precipitation Tuesday night through Thursday and holding a cold front back from the area until Thursday night or Friday morning.

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