Thursday, November 29, 2018

Tonight - Cloudy. Low: 33-37.

Friday - Patchy morning fog with clouds throughout the day. High: 46-50.

Friday Night- Cloudy. Heavy rain beginning later in the night. Low: 33-37.

Saturday- Rain continuing through early afternoon. Staying cloudy through the day. High: 58-62.

Sunday- Cloudy. High: 42-46.


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Clouds will continue to remain overnight keeping the temperatures warm. Friday morning brings a chance of patchy fog to watch for on your morning commute. The clouds will stick around the rest of the day as steady heavy rain will roll in late Friday night through early Saturday afternoon. Temps will rise back up later in the day. Saturday night, colder winds will make their way back producing colder temps and cloudy conditions Sunday.
Forecasters: Myers, Doll, Sumrall, Hirsch and Market
Issued: 4:50 p.m., November 29, 2018

Technical Discussion (The nerdy stuff we are discussing in class!)
Overnight we will continue to see cloud cover and warmer temperatures from the recent warm front passing through. With the snow melting and evaporating into the lower part of the atmosphere, patches of fog early Friday morning are likely especially with the warm air temps aloft. An active low pressure system coming through Missouri all the way from California will be seen late Friday night through early Saturday afternoon. This system has been active along the coasts producing heavy rain and possibility of severe conditions so we anticipate the system will keep strength and bring heavy rain. After the rain moves out, the jet stream will bring northernly cold air dropping temps for us and moving the low pressure system to the north. Clouds will remain throughout Sunday with windy conditions and cold westernly winds.

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