High pressure remains the dominant feature for the next few days however it will deteriorate as we move into Sunday. This means, with a S/SE wind from the Gulf, cloud cover will be gin to form along with dense fog linger through the overnight period into the morning through the weekend. Highs will remain in the upper 70s and low 80s thanks to the warm flow from the gulf. Just to the West is another frontal boundary that will pick up the moisture flow after it exists the area and will increase the rain potential as we move into mid next week as the front progresses towards the east. rain chances are expected to spike at 30% through Wednesday tonight Thursday and taper off to 10% for the rest of the seven day forecast. Once the front passes, afternoon highs drop to the low 70s and upper 60s with overnight lows will progressively get cooler as we loose cloud cover and gain dry air in the low and mid levels. Expect to bottom out from the upper 50s this weekend into the low 40s by Next Saturday morning. The next 24 hour concern will be dense fog between 9PM and 8AM. Be careful on the roads and remember to use only those low beams.
Posted at 3:58 PM, Dec 07, 2012
and last updated 2012-12-27 10:27:12-05
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