10/22 – Rob’s “Sunny & Warm” Friday Morning Forecast

A weak cold front overhead will linger along the coast until later afternoon before getting an additional push to the SE. Areas of patchy dense fog this morning will clear out leaving mostly sunny skies through today. Prior to mid-morning, an isolated sprinkle or two cannot be ruled out, with rain-free conditions through the weekend. There is no cool down with this system but slightly drier air will bring…not as humid conditions this weekend. High-pressure to the NW will move SE and shape the forecast with sunny becoming partly cloudy Sunday as upper-level clouds will move overhead.

Heading into Monday, a cold front will move west to east north of the I-20 corridor. This will bring the return flow back to the area with a few showers and possible t-storms Monday afternoon. The next significant cold front will move through mid-week with stronger cold air advection.

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