11/3 – Rob Knight’s “Cloudy, Light Rain” Afternoon Forecast

A cold front from the west will move SE. As a blow-up in activity is expected in the NE GOM, our area will see light rain. A stabilizing environment will occur rapidly this afternoon and evening. Where rain occurs, it should be just enough to cause wet windshields and pavement. The line should be associated with the front but the rain should quickly begin to dissipate as it moves into the NW’tern sections of the area. Dry air and deep strong stability take hold once again Friday as things should begin to clear out.

High pressure will continue to build into the area Friday night, accompanied by cooler and drier air. Expect morning lows forecast to be below normal and afternoon highs forecast to be near to above normal as dry air leads to larger than normal diurnal ranges. Going into next work week, high pressure begins to shift eastward as the next weather system digs into the plains states. This will result in a warming and gradual moistening trend as winds turn more southeasterly.

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