Temperatures are on the Rise!

A nearly stationary frontal boundary will begin to lift north Monday evening.  By Tuesday evening, it will have moved through our area.  That will usher in some warmer temperatures and bring in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico.

Average high temperatures for the first week of May are typically in the upper 60s.  Thanks to the warm air mass that will be in place, high temperatures on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday could climb as much as 10 degrees above normal!  Even by next weekend, highs will be at or slightly above normal.

The only downside to this warmer weather is the threat for showers and thunderstorms that will accompany it.  There’s a chance of rain for the entire time period; however, precipitation will be scattered in coverage.



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This post was written by qni_it on April 29, 2012

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