Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Isolated Light Rain

As I mentioned in yesterdays forecast, some isolated light showers have developed as a weak cold front pushes through the Pine Belt. Since noon, we've also seen an increase in clouds associated with the front. Also, expect breezy if not windy conditions over the next 12-18 hours.

Once this front moves through, high pressure should settle to our south and help funnel in warm air. We may see temps get to the mid 80s in some spots later in the week.


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