2/2 – Brittany’s “Wet & Cold” Thursday Night Forecast

Main forecast problem is rain chances tonight and then morning lows Saturday morning. Today was just another dreary day across much of the area thanks to the stalled boundary over the area and southwest flow aloft. The airmass is significantly sloped to the northwest with our current system. At the sfc the sfc low continues to slowly take shape just south of the LA coast and as we mentioned the stalled boundary runs ENE from it across SELA and south of coastal MS.

As for tomorrow, the biggest question mark is when do we clear out and what will that do to the highs. Overall ALL guidance with the exception of a few CAMs have the area beginning to day under overcast skies but quickly clearing out from north-northwest to south-southeast.

Biggest concern for the weekend is going to be morning lows Saturday. We will be under northwest flow aloft while high pressure at the sfc slide east from MS Valley across the OH and TN Valleys and over the Appalachians. This will wedge down into the northwestern Gulf and could provide a good enough setup for a favorable radiational cooling night.

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