11/27 – Rob Knight’s “Wet” Wednesday Morning Forecast

The cold front is moving through the area this morning with warm and humid conditions, patchy dense fog, and isolated rain. The front should move through the area by midday into early afternoon as partial clearing will occur.

Dry weather will continue through Friday before the moisture flow ramps up once again. High temperatures for the calendar day today will be pretty close to current readings for most areas. Temperatures likely to fall off into the 60s behind the front, but could be at least some recovery this afternoon as breaks develop in the cloud cover. Low temperatures will be similar for the next two nights.

The next system rolls out of the Great Basin, across the Northern Plains States into the southern Great Lakes, to near New York City from Friday through Monday. This will drag another cold front across the area Saturday night. Another round of showers and thunderstorms is expected with the front. At present, it looks like the best chance for any strong storms will be to the north of our area. The front should clear the area Sunday morning, with a dry forecast beyond that.

Warm air ahead of the front will likely produce highs near 80 degrees Saturday in several areas. High temps Sunday could be fairly early in the day before cooler/colder air dumps in for
Monday/Tuesday. Currently I’m looking at temps 5-10 degrees below normal for those days, but no bitter cold.

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