3/7 – Rob’s Friday-Eve, Warming Temps Forecast

The cold air mass is steadily moderating while moving rapidly east off the eastern seaboard later today. This will onset a period of onshore flow into the area that will bring an increase in humidity levels for eventual potential for sea fog formation. This does not appear to be the case until late Friday night or Saturday morning. Overnight lows tonight will be some 15-20 degrees warmer than past nights.

Models are similar in overall pattern with spring storm developing near the Texas Panhandle Friday night then lifting northeast to elongate a frontal zone over the forecast area Saturday evening into Sunday. Regarding the severe weather potential for Saturday night, the elongated frontal zone becomes parallel with upper levels southwest flow pattern to reduce the threat considerably. SPC has adjusted the slight risk area to now have the southern 6 counties under a marginal threat.

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