Archive for November 26, 2016

IMPROVING CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED AS A WEAK LOW PRESSURE AREA MOVES OFFSHORE AND HIGH PRESSURE MOVES INTO THE REGION… NORTHWESTERLY WINDS WILL USHER IN MUCH COOLER AIR BUT SUNSHINE WILL BE RETURNING… BY MID-WEEK, TEMPERATURES WILL BE MUCH WARMER BUT WET WEATHER IS EXPECTED AS ANOTHER FRONTAL SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM THE WEST

First of all, I hope that everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Although it did rain in the morning, it really wasn’t that bad of a day since temperatures were quite mild. The mild air is being swept out to sea as a weak low pressure area and its associated cold front move offshore this morning. There was some light rain overnight.  Skies will gradually clear later on as high pressure builds in from the west. Temperatures will be on the chilly side this weekend as gusty northwesterly winds bring colder air into the region. Temperatures will moderate early next week and by mid-week, we should have temperatures well above normal. An approaching low pressure system is expected to bring us unsettled conditions by Tuesday or Wednesday.

The relentless drought in the interior Southeastern States is expected to ease somewhat this week as the aforementioned low pressure system is most likely going to bring a significant amount of rainfall to parts of that region. This should help firefighters as they have been battling the forest/wild fires for weeks now.

Hurricane Otto, which developed in the Southwestern Caribbean Sea, moved westward into Central America. Nicaragua was especially hard hit. The Atlantic Hurricane Season ends on November 30th.

That’s it for now. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

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