Tonight – Fog – High 78
Few clouds. Fog likely to develop after midnight.
Tuesday – AM Fog & Partly Sunny – High 82
7a 63 . 10a 73 . 1p 80 . 4p 81 . 7p 77 . 10p 70
October is the foggiest month of the year. Tuesday morning should be no different.
Once the fog mixes out (on or before 9 a.m.), a really nice day will settle in.
Wednesday – Slight Chance of Afternoon Rain/Thunderstorms – High 84
7a 64 . 10a 74 . 1p 81 . 4p 83 . 7p 78 . 10p 71
Scattered clouds and sun should dominate the day; however, we can’t ignore the moist, humid air forecast to surge north along the Mississippi River from the Gulf of Mexico. The deepest moisture should stay well off to our west, but there could be just enough moisture to spark off a few afternoon “summer like” showers, and maybe a thunderstorm or two, Wednesday afternoon.
Yesterday, weather models disagreed between rain/storms Friday and rain/storms Saturday. Today, these models almost agree the rain/storms will hold off until Sunday. The Euro model predicts rain late Saturday night. The GFS sends it through early Sunday morning. Only God knows what the models will say tomorrow.
There is very little reason to be concerned about any strong storms with this system.
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