12/1 – The Chief’s “Above Seasonal Conditions” Wednesday Morning Forecast

High pressure will remain over the area bringing dry conditions with mild days and clear cool nights. A west-northwestly flow will remain in place through the next 36 hours while an upper level disturbance moves through the upper and middle MS Valley today. Upper level high-pressure rebuilds behind it keeping conditions dry with a continued warming trend bringing temperatures into the middle 70s for highs though the next several days, with lows in the upper 40s to the middle 50s. Surface high will move off to the east of the area by the latter half of the weak bringing a slow low level moisture return to the area with dew-points returning to the 50s by Wednesday night/Thursday.

Areas of DENSE MORNING FOG will be a factor Thursday morning through the weekend.

High-pressure will move off to the east by the end of the week allowing for a SW flow to take hold. Temperatures will remain above normal with a SW flow out ahead of the next approaching system which will move into the area on Monday. Moisture flow will be sufficient enough on Monday to bring a more significant rain chance to the area out ahead of an approaching frontal boundary. The pattern appears to be finally trending towards a wetter pattern as we work our way into the early and middle part of next.

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