11/15 – Rob’s “Hump Day” Warming Forecast

High pressure continues to build into the area with generally clear skies expected today…with just a few low-level clouds this afternoon as wind from the NE will switch to the south. Daytime temperatures will once again be in the 70s across the area with no precipitation expected. Much of the same expected tomorrow with temperatures climbing slightly from today…even warmer for Friday as high-pressure from the mid-Atlantic states moves into the NE Gulf of Mexico. Areas of patchy fog could develop along the immediate coastal counties with the increase in humidity Friday and Saturday mornings.

Model differences continue with the strength and timing of the next cold front into the area. Saturday night continues to be the most likely time for precipitation and overall not much is expected. Temperatures will cool on Sunday and the coolest temperatures will be on Sunday night and Monday morning where the mercury should drop into the low 30s north of the southern 6…upper 30s along the coastal counties.

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