4/21 – Rob Martin’s “Into The Weekend” Thursday Evening Forecast

Our seasonal Bermuda high pressure area will begin extending in and across the southeastern CONUS today through Saturday. As a result, onshore flow continues to become well established, continuing the strong breeze off the gulf.
This will keep our coastal flood advisory in place through most of Friday, with tides still running 1-2 feet above normal. Forecast temps aren’t specifically record but getting within a few degrees depending on the day and location. It would be a surprise to see a record broken between today and Saturday. From a rain chance perspective, we’re not carrying any through at least Saturday.

The upper level high-pressure that is situated in the eastern third of the country will continue to amplify, with a deepening disturbance in the western half with a cutoff low located around the northern plains states The trough will push eastward with it bringing a cold front into the area and our next chance of showers and thunderstorms as early as Sunday, but more likely on Monday. As of right now, there’s not really much of a concern for severe weather with this system. This system should clear the area early Tuesday morning.

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