11/23 – Rob Knight’s “Warming Trend” Morning Forecast

Clear skies and high-pressure to the north will shape the forecast though Wednesday evening. Colder and drier air mass will begin to modify later today with the high-pressure beginning to move to the NE.

The next front will move in from the NW Thanksgiving Day. Cloud coverage will increase with warmer temperatures back in the 70s Thursday. A late afternoon shower will be possible but more so overnight as the front pushes through the area. As the forecast continues east, Saturday and Sunday will remain pleasant, though max temps are expected to remain in the low to mid 60s.

For Sunday into Monday, the big question is going to be what will impact the area the most. Current guidance is placing a cut off low-pressure over Baja California and has several impulses coming through the area. While the impulses are currently expected to impact at least part of the area, currently no significant weather is forecast.

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