12/2 – Rob Knight’s “VERY WARM” Thursday Afternoon Forecast
Not much change in forecast parameters for the next 24 hours, with fog threat being rather high again overnight tonight. There should be enough air movement Friday night to prevent a repeat. High pressure will continue to control the weather along the northern Gulf coast through Friday before the shortwave to the west moves into the area.
Moisture will remain extremely limited as a disturbance lifts northeast to near Memphis by midday Saturday. Heading into Sunday a cold front forms, associated with the upper level disturbance and moves into our area. Taking a look at the projections for the atmosphere, there looks to be enough instability to support thunder chances with any rain that moves through. However with an early morning arrival, there doesn’t appear to be support for any deep convection.
We look briefly dry until Tuesday as yet another cold front tries to form later Tuesday and into Wednesday.