Long Term Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

(SATURDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY)...A GULF LOW IS FORECAST TO REMAIN A FEW HUNDRED MILES OFFSHORE AS IT TRANSLATES EASTWARD FROM SOUTH OF NEW ORLEANS TO SOUTH OF APALACHICOLA FRIDAY NIGHT. THIS LOW WILL THEN LIFT RAPIDLY TO THE NORTHEAST CROSSING CENTRAL FLORIDA AND OFF THE MID ATLANTIC STATES BY 00Z SUN. SATURDAY WILL BE ANOTHER COLD RAW DAY WITH RAIN ENDING IN THE AFTERNOON AS THE LOW PULLS AWAY TO OUR EAST. SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE NORTH SUNDAY AND REMAINS WITH US THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK WITH ZONAL FLOW ALOFT. THE NEXT LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS FORECAST TO BEGIN TO SPREAD RAIN INTO OUR CWA TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL BE BELOW NORMAL THROUGH TUESDAY WITH NEAR NORMAL TEMPS ON WEDNESDAY. A COLD RAIN IS EXPECTED WITH MIN TEMPS IN THE MID TO UPPER 30S AWAY FROM THE COAST. SUNDAY MORNING SHOULD SEE THE COLDEST TEMPS WITH LOWER TO MID 30S COMMON. THEN MIN TEMPS GRADUALLY MODERATE TO THE MID 40S BY WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAX TEMPS WILL BE IN THE 50S SATURDAY WARMING TO THE UPPER 60S TO LOWER 70S ON WEDNESDAY.


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