11/30 – The Chief’s “Severe Weather Threat Departing” Wednesday morning Forecast

Ongoing activity will begin to settle down this morning as a front moves through the region. A drier/cooler northerly wind will develop across the region today behind the departing storm system. Temperatures will be a bit of a challenge today depending on cloud cover/insolation and cold air advection.

Much cooler tonight across the forecast area with interior south Mississippi cooling off into the lower and middle 30s. Elsewhere, upper 30s to lower 40s expected respectively as the cold Canadian airmass continues to advect into the region. Tonight shouldn’t be the best of radiational cooling nights across the region as winds remain somewhat elevated so at least it doesn’t get as cold as it would otherwise.

Thursday will remain on the seasonably cool side with temperatures generally around 60 during peak heating. Outside of a mostly clear day and generally light northeasterly winds, not much to really discuss across the land based zones.

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