Through Monday Night

By: NWS
By: NWS

SATURDAY...AS THE UPPER LOW WEAKENS AND PULLS AWAY...OUR FORECAST AREA WILL BE IN BETWEEN TWO SYSTEMS AND GENERALLY WITHOUT ANY SIGNIFICANT FOCUSING MECHANISM FOR PRECIP...ASIDE FROM THE AFTERNOON SEA BREEZE. EVEN THOUGH THE OVERALL PATTERN WOULD FAVOR A MORE ACTIVE DAY DUE TO TYPE 5 (SW FLOW AROUND 10 KTS)...A RATHER SUBSTANTIAL DRY SLOT WILL SIGNIFICANTLY LIMIT CONVECTION. WILL GO WITH AOB 20 PCT EXCEPT FOR 30 PCT EXTREME NRN TIER GA COUNTIES. MAX TEMPS AROUND 90 DEGREES. SUNDAY...AN APPROACHING FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL BEGIN TO STALL ACROSS THE NORTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE CWA. THIS BOUNDARY THOUGH WILL HELP FOCUS CONVECTION AS DEEP LAYER MOISTURE BEGINS TO RETURN TO THE REGION. CONTINUED TYPE 5 STEERING FLOW. 50-20 PCT NW-SE POP SPLIT. TEMPS FROM UPPER 80S UNDER CLOUDY NW TO AROUND 90 SE BIG BEND. MONDAY...WITH FRONT REMAINING DRAPED ACROSS MUCH OF AREA...EXPECT TYPE 4...SSW 10 TO 15 KTS STEERING FLOW. 40-50 POPS ACROSS AREA. UNDER INCREASED CLOUDS...MAX TEMPS IN UPPER 80S EVERYWHERE.


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