Tuesday, April 7, 2009

How Low? (Part Two)

(6:00pm Tuesday) Tonight the winds are lighter and the clouds are less, which indicates that we may stand a better chance than Monday night to see freezing air temps. The lack of clouds and wind offer better chances for radiation cooling but the cold air mass continues to shift east and we are on the cusp of that. In fact, our viewing area is about as far west as the freeze warning reaches.

With all that said, I'll be calling for a low of 31 tonight. I think it is still likely that some folks in the Pine Belt could see a frost, especially those in rural locations.

The official freeze warning is from 1:00am -8:00am Wednesday morning.


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