Friday, November 8, 2013

Friday's Forecast

Discussion: Cold air will advect over the top of a high pressure system to our south on Friday, under sunny skies.  By Saturday, the high pressure system slides eastward and warm air and moisture will advect into our region.  An upper trough and surface cold front approach by Sunday with just enough lift and moisture to build some clouds for late Sunday afternoon and evening.  Behind this front there will be a reinforcing shot of cool air and gusty winds for the start of next week.  On Tuesday an Arctic front will move through, bringing the coldest temperatures of the year so far.  Some models develop a coastal low along this front by Thursday, so this will need to be monitored.  There is very high uncertainty in the long range forecast.  

FridayFri Night
Mostly sunny.  High 50°F. Mostly clear skies with a low of 34°F. 
SatrudaySat Night SundaySun Night
Mostly sunny.  High 51°F.   Increasing clouds with a low around 41°F.  Partly cloudy.  Breezy in the afternoon and evening.  High 56°F.   Cool and brisk.  Breezy early.  Low 36°F.  

Forecaster: Mike Colbert

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