Great weather the next couple of days...

>> Tuesday, November 08, 2011

After a chilly start with 30s and 40s for lows this morning, highs will warm into the lower 70s for many across the region today. Highs will be similar tomorrow, albeit a degree or two cooler in many spots.

It was an active severe weather day yesterday across Oklahoma and Texas, and more severe weather is likely today a little farther east from eastern Texas into the Ozarks and the Lower Mississippi Valley.

The main dynamics with that system will head toward the Great Lakes, so there will not be a lot of the support or moisture needed for rain by the time the front makes it here Thursday. We might have a brief, passing shower in a few spots, but the main story with the front will be another sharp temperature change.

Behind the front, highs will struggle to make it into the low and mid 50s Friday with lows by Saturday morning likely below 30 in a number of spots.


Subtropical Storm Sean has formed from the low pressure that is meandering between Bermuda and the Bahamas. While some heavy rains from this could get pulled northward into parts of the Northeast later this week, the actual system should get picked up by our late-week trough and turned out to sea.


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