Wet/Mild Saturday, Dry/Cool Sunday

A soggy Saturday is in the cards, so don’t forget the umbrella if you are heading outdoors.

A cold front will run up against moisture funneling up from the Gulf, so expect scattered showers Saturday morning that will become more steady as we cross the lunchtime hour. Between .5-1″ of rainfall is possible as well as a thunderstorm or two, but no severe weather is expected although winds could gust up to 15-20 mph. The front passes by Saturday evening and takes the rain and clouds with it, so looking at clear skies Saturday night.

Highs may not get out of the mid to upper 50s on Sunday as cooler, drier air sweeps in making for a very nice end to the weekend.

High pressure will keep dry conditions in place Monday and Tuesday before another surface front approaches mid-week that will bring scattered showers on Wednesday and isolated showers on Thanksgiving Day.

Now get on out there and make it an awesome evening…

Keep smiling,

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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