12/19 – Rob’s “DENSE FOG” Morning Forecast

Areas of dense fog is being observed over a large portion of the forecast area this morning. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect through 9 AM this morning. Today should be a humid day with the main rain focus north of the forecast area for the day…with a few showers possible in the viewing area. A cold front will move through the region late tonight into Wednesday and that will give us a higher chance of rain for tonight. A few strong storms can`t be ruled out as the main forcing comes through the area. Precipitation will linger into Wednesday and then dry out in the afternoon. The airmass behind this system is of Pacific origin, and will only bring drier air to the area, not cooler. Thursday we catch a break in between systems with temperatures above normal.

Guidance still points to a cold air plunge into the center of the country this weekend. The question is always how far south will the cold air make it with precipitation ongoing. The temperature guidance through the weekend is tough as well with differences in the guidance continuing but not near as much as previous runs. I can tell you that another chance of showers and thunderstorms will be in the forecast for late Friday night through Saturday. There could also be a chance for a few strong storms during that time as well. Beyond this system it gets cold behind it for the beginning of next week

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