We've been enjoying beautiful springlike weather lately and this looks to continue with one more fantastic day in store today before the weather begins to make significant changes. We'll start the weekend out with rain and cloudiness from one cold front before another stronger frontal passage makes for quite a chilly start to the week. Let's take a look at some specifics via the GFS weather model.
|GFS model precipitation between 1-6am Sunday, About 1/4" of rain is expected.|
|GFS height anomalies (departure from normal) at 500 mb (18,000') valid at 6 AM Tuesday. Upper level pressure is well below normal from Canada into the Mid-South.|
|GFS surface temp departure from normal valid at 7 AM Wednesday. The eastern half of the nation looks to be much colder than normal on Wednesday morning courtesy of the upper level trough.|
|GFS near-surface wind speeds/direction valid at 1 PM Tuesday|
You can check out the full MWN forecast here, although most are not too excited to hear that winter is not giving up just yet!
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