11/13 – Rob’s “Frigid Start” Wednesday Morning Forecast
A very cold and dry morning with temperatures dropping into the lower to middle 20s along and north of I-10. The upper trough will continue to drift off to the east with high-pressure moving in over the eastern Ohio Valley sliding eastward as well. As a result, expect sunny and slightly warmer temperatures by this afternoon with highs climbing into the lower 50s.
Clouds will increase overnight tonight ahead of a disturbance moving in from the western Gulf and east Texas late tonight. This should keep temperatures above freezing for Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Rain chances will increase on Thursday as the disturbance moves along the northern Gulf.
Temperatures will continue to be below normal in the 50s to around 60 for highs on Friday and Saturday. Lows will remain cool in the 30s north to 40s coastal under mostly clear skies. Dry conditions will prevail through the weekend. A slow warming trend with highs in the mid-60s on
Sunday as high-pressure takes place briefly on Saturday night and Sunday. The next chance of rain will be on Monday as a weak disturbance digs down through the southern Plains then into east Texas by Sunday night and Monday morning.