Just a Few ShowersNovember 5th, 2013 at 4:33 pm by Jason Smith under FOX10 Stormtracker Weather
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Pleasant Fall Breeze
The high pressure area (1038mb) well to our n’east over Nova Scotia is still creating a significant easterly breeze. High temperatures were in the mid 70’s making things pleasant. We have seen a slight increase in humidity, but it still felt nice outside today. Skies have become mostly cloudy, with a few occasional breaks.
Look for lows near 58 degrees tonight. A high risk of rip currents remains along the beaches, though most folks are staying out of the water thanks to the cooler temperatures…
More Clouds Wednesday
The easterly breeze finally weakens on Wednesday. Clouds will continue to track across our skies, as a surface front tracks through Arkansas. Temperatures will be slightly warmer, with upper 70’s for daytime highs. Ridging should keep things stable for one more day. No significant rain is expected.
A Few Showers
A weak surface front crosses the area on Thursday morning. Spotty showers are expected ahead of the front Wednesday night. Rain chances are at 40% Wednesday night, and 20% through noon Thursday. Rain totals will be very light. A tenth of an inch is expected, on average.
Temperatures will be cooler behind the front. Highs in the low 70’s, lows near 45 for Thursday night and Friday night. A warming trend is expected Sunday – Tuesday with dry conditions. Highs will be in the upper 70’s by early next week.