Raindrops: Few and Far Between

Over the next seven days 3 separate cold fronts are set to cross the Stateline. One would think we would be in for a couple of soaking rains, but instead we will be staying mostly dry over the next seven days. These cold fronts will be moving rapidly across the United States. This rapid movement won’t allow the wind directions to change much. Overall, we will be stuck in a northwesterly flow. With no major moisture source to the northwest, many area rain gauges will be collecting cobwebs. Unless we get a kick of moisture rich air from the Gulf of Mexico on southerly winds, these cold fronts will do nothing more than knock our temperatures back temporarily. To wrap up the timing issue, the three fronts will move through Wednesday, Friday night, and Monday respectively. -ADAM

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This post was written by qni_it on October 30, 2007

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