11/4 – Rob’s “Post Election” Wednesday Mid-Morning Forecast
Expect another gorgeous day today with many areas warming up nicely back to at least a few degrees warmer than yesterday. Upper-level clouds will move in later today and remain in place through the day on Thursday as an upper-level disturbance stretches out/increases in amplitude generally situated across the entire MS valley in response to increasing high-pressure out in the four corners region.
Afternoon highs on Thursday wont warm much from today’s forecast, with a nice day once again. Next focus Thursday night and beyond will be the evolution of an upper-level disturbance which will increase moisture across the area and eventually lead to a few showers or storms as early as Friday morning across coastal areas.
High pressure remains centered along the Atlantic coast Friday into the weekend. A weak upper low that develops over the local area in the short term gets absorbed into what appears to be the remnants of Eta in the Florida Straits or the southeast Gulf of Mexico over the weekend. Moisture thrown toward the area from Eta will combine with the upper low to produce a chance of showers Friday night or Saturday, but it appears this won’t be a heavy precipitation maker over land. Above normal temperatures expected through the extended period, somewhere around 7-10 degrees above normal.