3/19 – Rob’s FOGGY START, Monday Morning Forecast

A very weak surface trough will move through the area this morning bringing winds out of a southwesterly direction. A strong subsidence inversion also begins to develop around 2k ft. This looks to begin around sunrise. There is still a chance that enough moisture could pool under the inversion to develop passing showers. DENSE FOG is also in the area and will continue through mid-morning. The cold front west will move through overnight tonight into tomorrow morning with partial clearing tonight.

The next system to affect the area looks to be this weekend as a front stalls near the area. This will help set up a continued moisture feed for the next system developing to the west. This could end up being a fairly wet system with plenty of thunderstorm activity, not necessarily for our area, but it is a possibility.

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