1/7 – Rob Knight’s “Spring-Like” Monday Morning Forecast

Upper level high-pressure continues to track east across the area. The combination of light winds and mostly clear skies is aiding in the development of fog across the region. After morning fog and a cool start to the day, temperatures will rapidly rise. Temperatures will max out in the upper 60s to lower 70s. A few locations may get close to 75. The overnight period will be similar with slightly higher dew-points keeping temps from falling nearly as much as this morning. We will be looking at a 10 degree increase in overnight lows tonight.

An upper level disturbance with a surface cold front will move across NW Louisiana this evening, then move through our area Tuesday night/Wednesday morning. A few showers may develop ahead of the boundary on Tuesday but coverage and intensity looks like they will be relatively low. This will then be the last chance of rain until this weekend but temps will fall back quite a bit as cold air mass moves in. Highs and lows are looking to be about 5-10 degrees below normal. Rain chances will begin to increase from west to east Friday, but Saturday is looking like the wettest with this system.

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