10/1 – Rob Knight’s “October Preview” Morning Forecast

A strong upper level area of high-pressure that has been in place across the southeastern CONUS will remain there through Wednesday. Subsidence from this high pressure system will keep the area dry for the most part during this period.

An approaching cold front this weekend will not carry much rain but will bring major changes this weekend into next week. It looks like showers will be slowly moving through southern Mississippi Friday, fading with progression southward. Showers from the inverted trough to the south look to remain coastal for the most part.

If you’re looking for Gumbo weather, your best chance will be early next week. Medium range models are currently in good agreement that a much deeper trough, extending from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, will be swinging across the country Monday into Tuesday. This will bring cooler/drier air into the region.

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