10/6 – Rob’s “Beautiful Extended” Afternoon Forecast

As we fall back into a drier regime, a more October like pattern should show itself. But with no good cold fronts moving through at least through Friday, conditions won’t change much but also shouldn’t be too uncomfortable. As the upper closed low-pressure begins to get forced north then NE it will leave the mid-level disturbance in place keeping the area on the dry side. A high-pressure system will continue to dominate the forecast for our area on Saturday. This will keep conditions quiet and rather pleasant as dry air sticks around. This results in fairly low precip chances and clearer skies through the weekend. Into Sunday a trough of low-pressure will move over the Rockies, developing an associated frontal boundary out ahead of it that is expected to move into our forecast area through Monday. Model guidance currently shows this front weakening as it moves into our region, so that will be something to keep an eye on as we get closer.

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