Saturday Night into Sunday

By: NWS
By: NWS

SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY...AS THIS IS NOT A REAL "SCOURING" FRONT AND WITH SOME LINGERING LOW LEVEL MOISTURE UNDERNEATH THE LIFT...AND POSSIBLY SOME MODERATE OVERRUNNING IN THE WAKE OF THE FRONT SO WE MAY ACTUALLY SEE MORE MOISTURE IN ITS WAKE DURING SAT EVE. MAY SEE AREAS OF DRIZZLE LINGERING ESPECIALLY ACROSS SOUTH-CENTRAL GA WITH THE BEST SYNOPTIC LIFT HEADING NORTH...MAY BE DIFFICULT GETTING ANY MEASURABLE RAINFALL INTO OUR EASTERN BIG BEND ZONES. THEN...WE WILL ACTUALLY FEEL A CHILL IN THE AIR (COMPARED TO THE PAST FEW DAYS) BY SUNRISE SUNDAY AS DRIER AND COOLER AIR FILTERS IN FROM THE NORTH. LOW TEMPERATURES MAY EVEN REACH THE UPPER 40S UP TOWARD DOTHAN AND ALBANY WITH MIDDLE/UPPER 50S SE BIG BEND. HIGH PRESSURE TO OUR NORTH WILL BE IN CONTROL FOR THE DAYLIGHT HOURS OF SUNDAY PROVIDING FAIR AND DRY AND SUNNY CONDITIONS. MAIN PHASE OF COLD ADVECTION SHUTS DOWN EARLY SUNDAY MORNING...SO SHOULD HAVE NOT PROBLEM REACHING ATMOSPHERIC POTENTIAL OF LOWER/MIDDLE 70S. MONDAY...NO POPS. HIGH IN THE LOW-MID 70S.


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