Thursday, December 13, 2012

Weekend Ahead

Currently there is an upper level trough over California and Nevada which will set the stage for us this coming weekend.  Vorticity associated with the trough will help to deepen and move the trough into the Warren County area.  High pressure is dominating our area which means Relative Humidity values are low over the southeast United States meaning that the air is not saturated which will allow the temperatures to plumit tonight down to 28.  For tomorrow, be sure and have a jacket.  Your morning commute and bus stop forecast calls for a temperature of 26 at 7:00 A.M. with mostly clear skies with winds out of the south due to the high pressure over the area.  This will help the temperatures to climb tomorrow with a high of 55 with light winds out of the south at 5mph.  The trough will continue to push east and become negatively tilted by late afternoon due to a diffluent flow occuring over the southeastern U.S.  A jet max moving through the area due to influence by the subtropical jet, will cause the trough to define more as we move into Friday Night.  The winds will be from the south Friday night causing temperatures to be warmer with a temperature at 10:00 P.M. of 43. 

Saturday: High 63    Low 39

Sunday:   High 65    Low 55

Forecaster:  Tyler Binkley 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.