11/20 – Rob’s “Return To Seasonal” Wednesday Morning Forecast

The forecast the next two days should be quiet and dry with the region continuing to moderate. Temperatures will continue to warm back to seasonal numbers in the mid-70s for daytime high temperatures along with the low-level moisture flow increasing. Expect areas of patchy morning fog tomorrow and again Friday morning before the atmosphere begins to destabilize.

The next cold front will bring rain Friday evening with the greatest chance for rain overnight Friday and through Saturday morning. As for impacts overall nothing is really screaming severe weather however models are indicating a little more instability to work with so I have increased the thunderstorm potential in the forecast as I cannot rule out a few strong to possibly severe storms but not overly impressed with this potential at this time.

After the cold front moves through look for a return of cool and dry weather. When this may occur is a little in question but currently we are indicating conditions beginning to dry out Saturday afternoon. Sunday and Monday should be fairly quiet and then things may get a little interesting again as we move into Tuesday and Tuesday night.

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