3/11 – Rob’s Gray & Gloomy Workweek Forecast

Areas of DENSE FOG continues…

A stationary frontal boundary currently straddled along the Louisiana-Mississippi will bring warm and humid conditions with scattered rain/t-storms. Heading towards this evening, models are suggesting a minor disturbance elevating rainfall potential.

Tuesday should be essentially dry and not quite as warm as tropical moisture and cool shelf water temperatures should limit degree of warmth but still mid to upper 70s most locations.

Strong spring storm takes shape in the central Plains that will likely provide impactful weather in its trek through the middle and upper Mississippi Valley. Resultant cold front pushes into the western part of the area Wednesday night but then becomes elongated and slow in eastward progress. Models suggest it may be Friday morning before the front clears the forecast area, thereby placing the greater focus and instability through the forecast area for a 48-60 hour period of wetness. By Saturday, models indicate a weak wave forming in the west gulf along the frontal boundary that brings a quick shot of elevated convection through the area before conditions dry out.

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