1/23 – Rob’s “Back To Seasonal Conditions” Forecast

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Today as high-pressure begins its dominance; expect sunny skies with thin upper-level clouds moving across the region. Temperatures may dip barely to the freezing level Wednesday night for southwest Mississippi but the majority of the area should remain with a cold Wednesday night but will remain above freezing.

Models continue to struggle with this gulf low feature as where it will make its approach. One model has this staying well out over the gulf keeping most of the heavy rainfall and potentially severe weather locked up with it from near the coast to well offshore. A few models would like to bring this feature farther north into southeast Louisiana and coastal Mississippi. These slight differences will mean a lot in the coming days. Especially since one way is barely any rain across the area and the other brings localized flooding.

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The next system to affect the Gulf coast will begin moving in Friday late in the day with rainy conditions for the weekend…