Thursday, October 11, 2012
October 12th, 2012 Forecast
Throughout this 7-day span, the Extended GFS looks to be undercutting the forecasted highs and lows, some by almost 10-degrees. While I do see a cooling trend, based on other models and past model runs, I do not foresee highs in the lower 50's. The start of the weekend looks pleasant, if not cooler than Thursday and Friday. Saturday's highs will be in the upper 50's to near 60-degrees in a few spots. Sunday, we start to see some changes. We'll see highs shoot into the lower 70s but with it come some precipitation. Sunday won't be a total washout, but you might need an umbrella if your out and about. Sunday night into Monday will be the better chance for precipitation but still warm with high at the start of the workweek in the lower 70's again. We dry out for Tuesday, with partly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 60's. We'll stay in the mid- to upper 60's on Wednesday and Thursday as well under partly to mostly skies.
My Friday Night Lights Forecast will be up later this evening.