11/10 – Jeff Vorick’s “Changes Coming” Thursday Morning Forecast

The change in flow has has brought a noticeable difference to our weather. With Nicole and an area of high pressure well to our northeast interacting, a cooler, drier airmass has taken hold. The upper-level cloud shield from Nicole is bringing jupper-level cloud cover to our area. However, the low levels have dried out significantly. Temperatures in the 50s this morning will warm to the mid-to-upper 70s this afternoon. Expect partly cloudy skies and winds out of the North at 10 to 20 MPH.

Clouds will begin to thin overnight tonight into Friday. The Veterans Day holiday will feature lots of sunshine and highs near 80. The next cold front moves in overnight Friday into Saturday. There is a 20% chance of rain with its passage. The best rain chances are from around sunrise through the early afternoon.

Nicole made landfall near Vero Beach, Florida earlier this morning as a Category 1 Hurricane. Now the storm is moving across the Florida Peninsula as a tropical storm. The Orlando area and the Space Coast of Florida will be feelings its effects all morning. Nicole is poised to make a second landfall in the Big Bend region of Florida tonight. Through Friday, Nicole will move through Georgia and the Carolinas.

This weekend will be much colder. Sunday morning will have temperatures in the 30s in locations inland! Sunday will be the only sunny day prior to the arrival of the next weather-maker. Another storm system will be primed to develop Sunday in the western Gulf of Mexico. It will move to its east, towards our area. Monday and Tuesday have rainfall in the forecast with chances peaking at around 60% for Tuesday.

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