- By Matt Morano
- 12/04/2013 04:19 PM
SOGGY TRENDS FOR THE WEEKEND.
TONIGHT: More rain & drizzle and fog developing. Low 55.
THURSDAY: Drizzle and fog then clouds may break a bit in the afternoon. High 69. Passing shower can't be ruled out.
Forecast complexity still abounds as we head into the end of the week, through the weekend and head long into next week. Temps will zoom into the mid 70s ahead of a slow, at times – no, moving cold front back west. The cold front will drag through our area late Friday night and early Saturday, but in more of a backdoor cold front approach as compared to a normal wast to east migration. In short, falling temps through the day Saturday with rain and drizzle likely. Rain and drizzle will likely remain the main issue for Sunday as a classic “wedge” grips the area.
Sunday night the wedge should start to scour out, and it appears, temps will warm into the mid 60s later Sunday night and early Monday morning. We may see enough instability to support some thunderstorm development with a slight risk for some severe storms early Monday morning. By Monday night another cold front should move through our area and we'll likely achieve the high for Tuesday in the early AM hours; I'd expect temps to fall through the day Tuesday. Cold air sets up and should be the main trend for much of next week.
As of this post, I see no mixing of cold and moist, thus all liquid is expected as we head through the weekend and into early next week.