4/27 – Payton’s Friday Afternoon Forecast

A weak cold front is moving into the NW region and is beginning to die out as it moves to the SE. This feature could be responsible for any showers/t-storms that develop over the area today…mainly to the west and the northern half of the area without coastal Mississippi.

Any vertical motion strong enough to cause a few showers/t-storms would be short lived. With moisture and lift strongly starved, we should only observe a few low topped showers/t-storms with the ability to produce hail which should remain small enough to not cause any problems.

A slow filtering of dry air looks to move through on Sunday from the east. But return flow from the gulf will start late Monday. Some showers/t-storms should make a return to at least the eastern third of the area by Tuesday. This isolated to low scattered activity will spread westward through the end of the week as another cold front approaches the area.

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