11/5 – Rob Knight’s “Cold & Cloudy” Friday Morning Forecast

An area of low-pressure over the NE’tern Gulf should reach Florida this evening, with most remaining cloud cover over the local area exiting by early/mid afternoon. Clouds may be hard to come by on Saturday and Sunday, other than perhaps some upper-level cirrus.

Breezy conditions today will gust to upper teens to low 20 mph range at times through this evening then relaxing. Dry air mass will remain in place through Tuesday with morning lows slightly below normal and afternoon highs near to slightly above normal. Thereafter, ridging begins to break down and move eastward, resulting in a warming and moistening trend during the middle part of the week.

Rain chances begin to increase on Thursday ahead of the next frontal system, though the specific details like timing and intensity of the front continue to be less clear.



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