11/21 – Jeff’s “Warmer” Monday Afternoon Forecast

An area of disturbed weather to our west is increasing cloud coverage across the Gulf South. Partly cloudy skies will be in place this afternoon. Skies will turn mostly cloudy this evening with the disturbance moving closer to our area.

Temperatures will be 10 degrees warmer Tuesday morning compared to this morning. The airmass will begin moderating with high pressure shifting to our east. The disturbance will clear the area by tomorrow afternoon. Clearing will begin tomorrow evening with the feature to the east, and nighttime stabilization of the atmosphere taking effect.

The change in flow will be notable beginning Tuesday night into Wednesday. A return flow off of the Gulf of Mexico will aid in increasing moisture in our area. With the flow off of the open Gulf and sea-surface temperatures there being in the 70s, the setup is prime for fog Wednesday, Thurday, and Friday morning. A frontal system will be approaching our area Thursday bringing a 70% chance of rain on Thanksgiving Day. Some guidance is suggesting that the pattern will remain active into the weekend.

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