9/3 – Rob Knight’s “Post-Frontal Passage” Friday Morning Forecast

In the wake of yesterday’s cold frontal passage, a less humid flow will dominate heading into the weekend. The aforementioned frontal boundary will likely stall near the coast today through Saturday, with any diurnal afternoon convection being immediately along the coast or out over the Gulf. Rain chances will generally be less than 20 percent today and Saturday afternoon, but increase slightly Sunday.

Otherwise, an upper level high pressure area centered over eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas will extend eastward across Mississippi, and eventually expanding eastward over the entire southeast CONUS through Saturday. High temperatures today and Saturday once again warming into the upper 80s to low 90s, but will feel more tolerable than the past week.

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