11/16 – Rob Knight’s “Above Seasonal Temperatures” Afternoon Forecast

Surface moisture flow will gradually in advance of the next pressure system. Tonight, the area will see more in the way of DENSE FOG with potentially an ADVISORY necessary for Wednesday morning.

A strong upper-level disturbance will move through the Great Lakes region on Thursday, bringing a weak cold front through our area. This will bring chances for showers Thursday, but lift along the front is still going to be fairly limited this far south, so only expecting a trace to 1/10″ accumulation if that. High temperatures Thursday drop slightly but stay in the mid to upper 70s for most areas. We again see cooling behind the front as flow shifts to the NE/E at the surface, with overnight lows on Thursday dropping into the mid and upper 40s.

Pleasant conditions expected Friday through the weekend, however, another cold front is expected to approach the area on Sunday. This will again bring a slight increase in rain chances to about 20% Sunday and Monday.

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