Monday, April 9, 2012

Forecast Monday, April 9 through Wednesday April 11

Monday:  Sunny skies.  High near 77 with a low around 43.
Tuesday:  Sunny skies with possible frost overnight.  High near 67 with a low around 35.
Wednesday:  Sunny skies with possible frost overnight.  High near 63 with a low around 33.

A calm and seasonable forecast is in store for Warren County over the next three days.  A cold front will move across the state today, but will encounter little moisture, meaning its only impact will be to lower our temperatures to slightly below average.  Mostly sunny skies and slightly cooler temperatures will prevail until the end of the week, providing perfect conditions for being outside and enjoying the springtime.  The only area of concern for the county, and most of the state, is the potential for patchy frost to develop overnight Tuesday and overnight Wednesday.  Clear skies during the overnight hours and strong northwest to northerly winds will provide perfect conditions for radiational cooling and frost development in areas.

Day 3 Fronts and Pressures
A look at the surface map for Wednesday shows high pressure continuing to dominate our weather.

Lead Forecaster:  Jeremy Young

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