Rain from a slow-moving cold front is passing over the Mississippi River. Wind from the north with a temperature around 55*F. Conditions are rainy, foggy, overcast and misty.
A wet cold front is taking its sweet time passing through the region and will finally start to move through by midnight CST tonight. Winds will be out of the north tomorrow morning and will bring colder weather.
High pressure and clear skies will build into the region on Thursday and will persist and strengthen through Friday evening. Another trough will begin to move in late Friday/early Saturday. There is a chance of rain associated with low pressure system mid-day Saturday. The next forecasters will update you on this trough’s development.
Wind: 5mph from the S, shifting from the W overnight
Rain ending around midnight
Low: upper 40s
Wind: 15mph from the NW
Clear and breezy
Wind: 5mph from the N shifting from the E in the evening
Sunny skies with clouds building into the evening
Low: near 40*F
Wind: 5-10mph from the W
Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain
Low: near 40*F
Wind: 5mph from the NNW, shifting to the SW
Forecasters Katzenberger and Maroon
Weather forecasts are provided twice daily by the American Meteorological Society Student Chapter at the University of Washington, a group of undergrad and graduate students interested in weather and climate. Learn more about them at http://www.atmos.washington.edu/uw_ams/.