11/10 – Rob’s “Above Seasonal Temps” Morning Forecast
Upper level analysis across the country shows a deep low-pressure encompassing the entire western 2/3 of the CONUS, high-pressure east of there, and Eta over the southeastern Gulf.
The local area is between all those features. Today will bring a few scattered light showers to the area…generally around 30%. Moving into Wednesday, a weak frontal boundary will drift into the area. A few showers/t-storms will be possible but should be quite isolated. Temps during the period remain well above normal, even as the front comes in and stalls.
Tropical Storm Eta will continue to pose a great deal of uncertainty throughout the week, per latest model guidance. The NHC track has it moving north then a quick jog to the NW before landfall as a TD near Pensacola very early Sunday morning. There are some indications of potential thunderstorms over the weekend, but this may be dependent on future track meanderings of Eta.