4/16 – Rob’s DRY workweek Forecast


It has been a quiet and chilly night, with areas of light patchy fog. The forecast will remain quiet through the short term. A NW flow will remain in place through tonight then begin to break down as a ridge works across the Plains and the entire MS Valley region through the day Tuesday. As this occurs conditions will begin to moderate tonight, with one more night of below normal low temps.

Heading into the middle of the week, another front will move into the area Wednesday night/Thursday morning with little to no weather. Although not a strong cold front we will see slightly cooler and drier air move in with the high pressure behind the front.

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As high pressure builds in Thursday behind the weak cold front the next trough will already be working onshore out of the Pacific. A SW flow aloft will start to develop, as both the mid-level and sfc low slide east heading into the weekend. We should see showers and thunderstorms begin to move in from west to east. Showers and thunderstorms look like a very good chance sometime overnight Saturday and through the first half of the day Sunday for our viewing area…