11/9 – Rob’s “Clouds Moving In” Afternoon Forecast
High-pressure will begin to shift off to the east tomorrow as an upper disturbance extends down into our area ushering in returned moisture. Though this disturbance is expected to quickly sweep past our area Thursday, it will be accompanied by a few showers and thunderstorms. Moisture will not be that favorable for any extremely heavy rainfall but it cannot be ruled out.
A ridge of high pressure will quickly follow behind the trough axis quickly drying us out once again for the end of the workweek.
An upper-level high pressure will being to impact the area, after the front passes through on Veterans Day. Winds do shift to a more northerly pattern behind the front, bringing in dry, cold air. The pressure gradient also remains somewhat tight at the surface, which can cause some gusty winds. Min/Max Temps do remain slightly below climatological normal with the cold air advection, however not cold enough for any frost.