Monday, January 19, 2009

One More Cold Night

I invite you to step outside right now and experience the 30mph wind gust. The bitter cold NW wind is definitely a conversation point. Why the wind? The expected cold front has just pushed through Laurel/Hattiesburg this afternoon, and now we are left with a cold and dry air mass. This air mass will stay in place through Wednesday as Tuesday will almost be a replica of this past Friday. Wednesday is still considered a "Transition Day" as the cold air mass finally loosens it's grip on the eastern portion of the nation. Yes, finally we will see temps well into the 60's on Thursday and Friday, but another more mild front will move through Friday night to give us another shot at some showers. **A side note: I believe it was warmer in Cochrane, Alberta than Memphis, TN today. The West is definitely experiencing warm spring time conditions here in mid-January. -Tanner Cade

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