3/9 – Rob Knight’s “Friday Eve” Afternoon Forecast

 

As high-pressure from the NW moves to the east, the return-flow will begin early this afternoon. Combined with daytime heating, a few showers/t-storms could pop along the southern 6. With the increase in humidity, tonight will bring areas of PATCHY DENSE FOG through mid-morning tomorrow. At the same time a weak cold front will move into and stall along the coast…providing for showers and t-storms mainly late morning through late afternoon. Another frontal boundary…this one more intense, will move through this weekend. Saturday afternoon will bring isolated activity but as the main front moves through the area Saturday night…expect the potential for HEAVY RAIN into Sunday morning. Cooler/drier conditions will move into the area early next week.

Categories: Weather Headlines

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *