Weekend Forecast

January 14th, 2014 at 3:58 pm by under FOX10 Stormtracker Weather

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Clouds Increase

Moisture and light showers have gradually increased today, along with locally dense fog. Isolated showers have developed as a system to our west edges closer this afternoon. Most of the significant rain should arrive overnight tonight.

Saturday Rain

1”-2” amounts of rain are expected along the surface front as it interacts with an upper trough through early Saturday. Most of the rain will be ending by
noon on Saturday as the front moves quickly to the east. A few thunderstorms are possible with this system. Instability is relatively low, and the severe
threat is rather marginal. A few strong storms are possible near the coast of the Panhandle overnight Friday and very early Saturday.

Nice Long Range Outlook

Lots of days with temps in the 60’s and sunshine are ahead in the extended range forecast, including Sunday. We could see some decent showers along a weak
front Monday. Skies clear again Tuesday-Thursday with mild afternoon temperatures.

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