Southeast Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

AT THE SURFACE...1020MB HIGH PRESSURE IS CENTERED OVER THE NORTHEAST GULF OF MEXICO AND HELPED PROVIDE A WELL DESERVED SUNNY AND WARM DAY ON FRIDAY. TEMPERATURES FINALLY REACHED NEAR NORMAL VALUES THIS PAST AFTERNOON WITH MANY INLAND STATIONS REPORTING MID 70S. STACKED HIGH PRESSURE WILL GIVE US CONTINUED QUIET WEATHER OVERNIGHT WITH CLEAR SKIES. TEMP WILL ACTUALLY GET A BIT COOL LATER TONIGHT AS DRY LOWER LEVELS AND CALM WINDS SET UP GOOD RADIATIONAL COOLING CONDITIONS. WIDESPREAD 40S ARE ANTICIPATED WITH A FEW OF THE NORMALLY COOLER SPOTS DROPPING TO WITHIN A DEGREE OR TWO OF 40 BY SUNRISE. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO MOVE EAST DURING SATURDAY AS A COLD FRONT MARCHES INTO THE LOWER MS VALLEY. ANY WEATHER ASSOCIATED WITH THIS FRONT WILL HOLD OFF UNTIL SUNDAY GIVING US ANOTHER PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY DAY WITH TEMPS BACK UP INTO THE 70S. AS WAS SEEN TODAY...COASTAL LOCATIONS WILL LIKELY HOLD BACK IN THE MID/UPPER 60S WITH THE FLOW OFF THE RELATIVELY COOLER SHELF WATERS.


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