10/12 – Rob Knight’s Mid-Morning “Workweek” Forecast

The main focus of the forecast will be the short-term. Beginning a nice day today similar to yesterday with subtle high-pressure in the region. Afternoon highs will have no trouble reaching the mid to upper 80`s, a good 5 to 7 degrees above normal for this time of the year. A surface dry front will move through the area tomorrow morning slow down/weaken over time. Beyond this, Tuesday will be a very nice day and feel noticeably more comfortable with highs being knocked down a few degrees to the lower 80’s and afternoon dew-points ranging from the upper 50’s north to mid to upper 60’s south across coastal areas.

After the passage of an upper disturbance and dying cold front Tuesday, we’ll have about 48 hours of high pressure. A progressive northern stream trough will push a strong cold front across the area Thursday afternoon and Thursday night. This front will likely move through the area dry, it will push the coolest air of the season into the area for the end of the week into the weekend. Temperatures look to drop 8-10 degrees Celsius in the space of about 24 hours Thursday into Friday.

High temperatures will likely be in the low-mid 80s for Wednesday/Thursday. Highs for Friday are likely to have trouble getting much past 70 with blustery conditions.

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