10/17 – Rob’s “Cooler/Drier” Tuesday Morning Forecast

At the surface, high pressure centered over the Ohio River Valley southwestward into Texas will dominate the region through Friday. Clear skies across the area this morning will continue as breezy conditions will begin to relax later today. Northeast winds are fairly light, except downwind of warm water sources, where wind speeds are 15-20 mph. Temperatures near those warm water sources are generally in the 60s, with 50s elsewhere. Dew points are in the mid 40s north half of the region…50s along the southern half.

High pressure will remain over the eastern half of the country at the surface a trough of low pressure moves from the 4 Corners area today to the Mississippi River Valley by the end of the week. No rain expected through Thursday, with a couple degrees moderation in temperatures each day. No large variances in temperatures between guidance and previous forecast, so no significant changes have been made to the forecast. the next cold front will bring changes with showers/t-storms as early as Saturday evening…

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