12/13 Ryan’s “Post Tornado” Tuesday Forecast

Today was an interesting weather day on the Gulf Coast, with an as yet unconfirmed tornado and now an evening of thick fog. The severe storms moved out of the area before sunset, and the rest of the showers didn’t linger much longer. A temperature inversion will trap moisture at the surface for the evening, but a secondary cold front will be moving through around sunrise tomorrow will force everything to the South, giving us a cooler and drier lead in to the weekend. The high pressure center begins to slide East by Friday night, meaning winds will shift to the South, bringing in Gulf moisture and increasing our temperatures. We’ll warm back to the 70s by Saturday, but increasing cloud cover, showers, and an early Sunday morning cold front will bring us right back down.

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