3/9 – Rob Knight’s “Roller Coaster Ride” Wednesday Morning Forecast
A stationary front to the east will continue to be the focal point for showers and t-storms again today. The development over land will be elevated so we are not looking for any severe weather over land but it will need to be watched over marine areas. Thursday will bring a brief dry period with weak high-pressure moving into the region. The next cold front will move very quickly through the region bringing showers/t-storms Friday afternoon and overnight.
Heading into the DST weekend, high-pressure will quickly move in Saturday with Clearing skies and WINDY conditions through Saturday night. A blast of cold air will have temperatures struggling to make it into the low/mid 50s this weekend with winds expected to gust into the 20/30 mph range at times. FREEZING TEMPERATURES Saturday night. High-pressure will quickly move east Sunday as the warm-up begins.