10/31 – Jeff’s “Above Seasonal Temperatures” Wednesday Afternoon Forecast

A trough in Texas is providing for cloud cover in our area, and rain west of us. Mostly cloudy skies will continue through the remainder of the day and into the evening. The feature will be moving to its east and will provide cloud coverage overnight. Most moisture is in the upper-levels, with the low-levels being fairly moisture-starved. There is a chance for a sprinkle or two overnight leaving us with a 20% chance of showers.

The cloud cover will clear Wednesday morning. Wednesday afternoon will be mainly clear and tomorrow will be warmer than today because of this. Warmer conditions continue through the rest of the week. Our next weather-maker will usher in a few clouds Friday.

The aforementioned system will be in the South by Saturday. The best setup for thunderstorms will be to our northwest. That being said, there is a 40% chance of rainfall Saturday and an embedded thunderstorm cannot be ruled out.

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