3/8 – Rob’s WARM/HUMID” Friday Morning Forecast

The wind flow pattern is full-blown onshore with a trajectory from the Caribbean Sea today. This will continue the warming trend that started Thursday and continue into Saturday. Decent low level winds fetching humid air should bring dew-points well above water temperatures to preclude a widespread advection fog concern, though some localized issues may result near bays later tonight briefly.

Temperatures will be a consensus of model blends, which is warmer than lately with lows well above calendar normal, high temps will be slightly higher than normal the next couple of days.

Main concerns will be the influence of a quasi-stationary weak frontal zone that will be draped over the forecast area Sunday through Tuesday. This feature will serve as focus for better chances of daily convection that may, at times, become an issue for training behavior, particularly Sunday and Monday.

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