Tonight will be mostly clear with seasonably cool lows in the upper 40s to around 50°. Winds will be light, with broad high pressure nearby. Tuesday, it’ll be on the move, quickly being replaced by a plunging polar cold front through the Southeast. There’s not much moisture around, so rain chances are slim to nil … but winds will increase from the north later tomorrow, and temperatures will tumble. We will have our first shot at light-freeze conditions Thursday morning following a day of temperatures mainly in the 50s. The cold air will depart almost as quickly as it arrived, with Gulf moisture returning and leading to end-of-week rain chances and milder readings.
Posted at 3:48 PM, Nov 11, 2013
and last updated 2013-11-11 15:48:00-05
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