12/22 – Rob’s “Friday Eve” Forecast

A weak cold front overhead moving to the SE will bring a few isolated showers this morning. The front is losing the upper level push and will begin to slow its progression…and will stall in the northern Gulf, this will keep cloud coverage through the weekend. Temps will be seasonal through Friday with above average temperatures for Christmas Eve/Christmas Day into early next week.

Another boundary developing along the SW will merge with an upper-level system from the NW and move into the Gulf coast/SE beginning Saturday. Christmas Eve morning will bring DENSE FOG to the area with the rain staying north through the evening. A few showers could develop Christmas Eve night with isolated showers Christmas Day. Rain will continue to be in the area through early next week.

Enjoy, stay safe for those traveling, God Bless and MERRY CHRISTMAS…

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