2/16 – Rob Knight’s “Breezy and Cloudy” Wednesday Morning Forecast

Cloud coverage and wind speeds will increase throughout the day. Winds are expected to be from the south, bringing warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico inland. Dense fog will be in the area late tonight into tomorrow morning.

As we move into Thursday, a cold front will makes its way into our area. The bulk of the storms associated with this cold front are expected Thursday afternoon/evening. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has our area in slight/marginal potential for severe weather. The greatest threats will be winds, hail, and a low end threat for tornadoes. The system will be well east of the area by Friday morning and skies will begin to clear. Temperatures will drop off after the front passes with Friday’s high being in the 50s. However, temperatures will quickly warm up to the low to mid 60s for the weekend.

Chances for rain return to the forecast on Monday as a warm front makes its way into the area.

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