1/25 – Rob Knight’s “Record High Temps” Afternoon Forecast

A frontal boundary will slide into the forecast area this afternoon, and a band of showers and scattered thunderstorms will accompany this front. Very warm temperatures will also develop today with highs easily climbing into the middle to upper 70s.

The stationary front lingering over the region will serve as a focus for continued convective development, and expect to see periods of light to moderate rain showers and some embedded thunderstorms from tomorrow afternoon through tomorrow night. Fortunately, shear will remain rather limited, and no severe thunderstorm activity is expected. Fortunately, rain totals are not expected to be excessive due to the fast motion of the showers and thunderstorms.

Improving conditions are forecast for Wednesday as a surface front sweeps through the area in the morning. Lingering showers in the morning will quickly shift to the east by the afternoon, and expect to see skies begin to clear from west to east through the afternoon and evening hours as increasing dry air advection and upper level subsidence takes hold. As winds turn to then northwest, colder air will also advect into the area, and temperatures will peak in the morning with highs in the middle to upper 60s forecast.

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