11/11 – Rob Knight’s “Veterans Day” Changes Ahead Forecast
An approaching cold front will bring continued cloud coverage as well as a few morning showers then a few early afternoon t-storms. High temps should easily reach low 80s across the area with a few locations touching mid-80s. Not expecting appreciably impactful rain but roads will be wet at times. This will especially be true this morning when relative humidity values are near 100%.
Surface high pressure will build in from the north throughout the day on Thursday. Although this is taking place, the airmass really isn’t that particularly cold. Thus, only expecting highs to drop a few degrees and will still be above normal. At least it’ll be clear skies. Tropical Storm Eta’s track appears to be coming a little better defined in the short-term and should be finally out of the gulf waters by Friday. Another surge of cooler, drier air moves through Friday, bringing larger diurnal ranges in temperatures. Lows should be near normal, but daytime highs will still manage to reach near or over 80 most places removed from marine influences. A little stronger Canadian front drops through late Sunday, cooling temps back to near seasonable norms for early next week.