11/17 – Rob’s “Sunny & Cool” Mid-Morning Forecast

Clear/cool/dry regime continues across the local area as high pressure dominates. A slight moderation in temps expected today with highs in the low to mid 70s as high-pressure centered over Mexico expands across slightly over the northern Gulf Coast.

Not much chance expected through mid-week. A reinforcement of the continental airmass will occur late tonight into Wednesday morning as high-pressure to the north lifts north, tracks east, then pushes back south again. So after a brief slight moderation in temps today, they will fall right back to climatological norms on Wednesday.

High-pressure is forecast to continue across the southeast through the weekend into early next week. Hints of possibly some showers over the coastal waters late in the weekend or early next week, but barely enough to show up on models. Medium range models show a strong disturbance moving through late in the period, around Tuesday/night. Above normal temps will continue through the weekend, and likely through at least Monday.

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