3/29 – Rob’s “Sunny & Breezy” Monday Afternoon Forecast
In the wake of last night’s cold front, moisture will be bottled up across the Gulf today, expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the lower 70s with low humidity. As troughing to the west begins to buckle the pattern again, the boundary over the Gulf will begin to lift northward as a warm front late tonight into Tuesday. Isotropic lift will bring clouds back to the area, with a few showers possible along the coast late tonight. Better chances for showers/thunderstorms during the day Tuesday.
An upper disturbance will move across the middle of the country Wednesday into Thursday. The associated strong cold front will move through the area during the daytime hours on Wednesday, accompanied by widespread showers and some thunderstorms. Potential for some strong to marginally severe storms, but shear is somewhat lacking for organized severe convection. Cold air will plunge into the area Wednesday night, with lows Thursday morning a good 20 degrees or more colder than Wednesday morning.