Daily Archives: September 4, 2019

Time posted: 1:30 am

A Cold Front Moves Through

Good Wednesday, everyone. We have a cold front crossing the state today, but it’s pretty moisture starved. This front may not have much moisture with it, but it will have a nice push of cooler air coming in behind it. This push of cooler air is playing a role in the track of Hurricane Dorian along the southeastern seaboard.

As usual, let’s begin with today and roll forward. A scattered shower or storm is possible today, with the best chance being across the south and southeast. Even these areas won’t be seeing much action, but it’s worthy of a regional radar look…

The air coming in behind this looks amazing for Thursday and Friday. Highs on Thursday likely stay down in the 70s with VERY low humidity…

That comes with a mix of sun and clouds, too. Lows by Friday morning will close in on the 50 degree mark…

The weekend has a slight shower chance as we get another front to settle in from the north. We may be just on the southern edge of another cool shot…

A surge of very warm temps is likely to follow that up by the middle of next week, but there is some indication of a slow moving storm system bringing another round of cool with it later in the week…

Hurricane Dorian continues to turn northward toward the Carolinas and continues to be a heck of a storm…

Here is the update information from the National Hurricane Center…

cone graphic

Here are the latest Hurricane Model forecasts…

The GFS Ensembles…

As you can see, it looks like the Carolinas will get the worst Dorian has to offer the US.

Have a great day and take care.

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