2/11 – The Chief’s “SuperBowl Weekend” Friday Afternoon Forecast

Main forecast concern will be the cold frontal passage on Saturday. Somewhat of a lesser concern will be the potential for fog development Saturday morning. Still pretty good radiating conditions tonight for most of the area, and with low level moisture trying to increase ahead of the trough, potential for fog development might be a little better Saturday morning. A cold front will push through the area on Saturday, but most effects won’t be noticed until late afternoon or early evening. Outside of the potential fog in the morning, solutions indicate little in the way of cloud cover prior to frontal passage. I wouldn’t be a total surprise if cold air behind the front were able to squeeze out a sprinkle or two.

While winds aren’t expected to be too much of a problem in most areas, breezy conditions will ensue after frontal passage through Sunday night. High temperature forecast Saturday will be dependent on timing of frontal passage, and whether any clouds develop prior to that occurring. I’m trending toward the warmer numbers, especially in northwest portions of the area.

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