1/25 – Jeff Vorick’s “Clearing Skies” Wednesday Evening Forecast

The cold front associated with yesterday/last night’s system made it through our area before sunrise today. Temperatures remained in the 50s much of today with breezy northwest winds. Skies will clear through the night. Winds will remain elevated overnight as temperatures bottom out in the 30s.

Skies will be clear tomorrow and winds will begin to relax through the day. Temperatures will be below seasonal norms. High pressure will get closer to our area which will help keep skies cloud-free and lead to light winds Thursday night.  This will allow for more efficient radiative cooling. Temperatures will bottom out in the low to mid 30s Friday morning.

The pattern will begin to change Friday. High pressure moves to our east which will help return flow begin. Cloud coverage and moisture will increase heading into the weekend. A storm system will form in the western Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Rain will be in the picture to close out the weekend.

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