Sunday, February 15, 2009

This Week in Weather Discussion

As expected, the sky cleared around midday and unveiled a beautiful sunset this evening. Now temps are beginning to fall into the 40's as we are starting to roll into a chilly night. Our overnight forecast portrays our fair weather friend, high pressure system, moving into the MS River Valley and sticking around throughout Monday.

Our biggest weather headline continues to be the rain forecast for Tuesday/Wednesday. It looks like we will see a Warm Front move through late on Tuesday, which will provide light showers going into Tuesday night. Then on Wednesday I expect to watch a cold front sweep through Mississippi and provide a decent shot at rainfall. Wednesday's activity involves a strengthening trough dipping down into the South and possibly producing variables adequate for severe weather. Certain elements are currently lacking to provide anything more than moderate rain on Wednesday morning and afternoon. We'll definitely keep you updated on this event...

Otherwise, our end-of-week forecast looks COOL. After Wednesday's Cold Front I'm expecting the whole eastern corridor of the U.S. to stick under a cold air mass for a few days. My forecast currently shows temps in the upper 50's starting on Thursday. -Tanner Cade

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