11/16 – Rob Knight’s WARMING TEMPS…Afternoon Forecast

Today through the weekend looks to be a dry forecast as surface high pressure will dominate the region. The very cold air mass has modified slightly and will continue to warm going into the weekend. We should see temperatures bounce back quite a bit today with highs in the lower 60s, which is still 10 degrees below normal.

The warming trend will continue Saturday into Sunday with highs topping out in the mid to upper 60s to 70 degrees.

It will be a pretty spectacular weekend with sunny skies each day.

Models are bringing a weak cold front through the area Sunday night…but as the moisture flow won’t have enough time to saturate the atmosphere, I’m not expecting any weather with the boundary. The next possible forecast impact will be during the Tues-Thur time frame as another disturbance will pass over the area. The models are keeping the local area mostly dry with stronger forcing to keep the upper trough, surface low, and associated rain shield along the coast and into the Gulf of Mexico.

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