First Alert Forecast: Warmer Day Ahead!
A cold front will move through the state today brining a bit breezy conditions and cooler temperatures by Friday (cooler not colder) The front has not a drop of moisture to work with so it comes in dry.
High pressure will be in charge of the forecast Friday through Saturday. Things begin to change by Sunday afternoon.
High pressure will begin to turn our winds to the southwest giving us a big increase in moisture from the Gulf. Low pressure will move into the Gulf from Texas the n up into the southeast. This will give us widespread showers Monday into Tuesday. The good news with this system is we'll be much warmer with temperatures generally in the lower to middle 60s.
Fair skies and seasonable temperatures return for Wednesday.
Today: Mostly sunny with increasing clouds late, breezy. High 60
Tonight: Partly cloudy, lows middle 30s
Friday: Mostly sunny, a little cooler. Highs middle to upper 50s
Saturday: Partly cloudy and cool. Highs middle 50s
Sunday: Increasing clouds, warmer. High 60
First Alert Meteorologist Tim Miller
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