11/13 – Payton’s Monday Afternoon Forecast


Today, drier air moving over the area will combine with increasing
subsidence from a building upper high over the Southern Plains to
keep temps around to a bit above seasonal today. Highs generally in
the low 70s.

Tonight, a drier airmass combines with better overnight cooling from
clear skies and light winds to bring overnight temps around to a bit
below seasonal. Lows ranging from around 40 north to around 50 along
the coast. /16

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Tuesday through Wednesday night the South Mississippi
will remain between a large upper high pressure area centered over
southern Baja California and a series of weak eastward moving
upper shortwaves passing over the eastern conus. As a result…a
dry deep northwest wind flow will persist through midweek. A large
surface high pressure area across the eastern conus Tuesday
morning will shift eastward. Northerly winds Tuesday morning will
shift to an easterly or southeasterly direction midweek as a
surface ridge sets up along the east coast and northeast Gulf of
Mexico. The dry conditions, along with clear to mostly clear
skies, will persist through the period.

High temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday will be near to slightly
above normal, ranging from 67 to 73 degrees across much of the
forecast area. Low temperatures Tuesday night will be below
normal, ranging from 41 to 46 degrees inland areas, and from 47
to 52 degrees along the coast. Low temperatures Wednesday night
will be slightly warmer.

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Payton Malone grew up in the small town of Archer City, Texas before moving to Norman, Oklahoma where he attended the University of Oklahoma. During his time at OU he interned as a meteorologist at KOCO in Oklahoma City where he experienced all types of weather ranging from tornadoes, flooding and winter storms. Payton received his Bachelor of Science in Geography and a Minor in Meteorology. Payton's interest in weather began at the very young age of six after a local broadcast meteorologist talked to his class about preparing for severe weather. That along with growing up in the middle of Tornado Alley, Payton has been hooked to the weather ever since. He is excited to move to the Gulf Coast and start a new adventure away from the plains. He loves venturing around the area finding new coffee shops, local places to eat, and he looks forward to being involved in the communities on the Mississippi coast. You can follow Payton on social media: Facebook: @paytonmalonewx Twitter: @paytonmalonewx Instagram: @paytoncmalone


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