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Storm Team Wednesday morning forecast (1/02/2013)

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Posted at 6:04 AM, Jan 02, 2013
and last updated 2013-01-02 01:12:28-05

Wednesday marks the first day in a rather unsettled weather pattern. Morning temperatures are very close to 70° with patchy fog and a thin line of showers moving through. This isn’t the type of rain to cancel outdoor plans, just know that you may run into a 5-10 minute shower at any time today. These showers are being sparked by a slow moving cold front that will sag itself over the eastern big bend later today. Cooler air will funnel in behind it; as a result, temperatures will fall into the upper 50s and low 60s by the evening drive. Tomorrow, a weak wave of low pressure will develop over the Gulf of Mexico providing us with off and on widespread showers. Instability is very limited with this system meaning severe weather is not a concern. It’ll be more of a cool, cloudy, Seattle/London type weather day. Friday and the first half of Saturday there will be a lull in the rain action before another system brings showers and isolated thunder on Sunday. The start of next week looks more average with sunshine, highs in the low 60s with lows in the 30s. Enjoy!

Be safe and have a great Wednesday!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker