October 31, 2014
A strong push of colder air enters the region today behind another cold front.
Forecast Discussion: The second cold front this week will provide far more noticeable change than its predecessor. A deep and strong upper level trough is carving out a slot in the Eastern half of the country. At the surface, a cold front is advancing southeastward into the... more »
October 30, 2014
One cold front is through the area, another will pass by on Halloween.
Forecast Discussion: Between two cold fronts, Southeast Louisiana and Southern Mississippi await the passage of a second cold front to send temperatures well below average. On Friday Morning, a strong and deep fall trough of lower pressure and cooler air aloft will plunge into the Eastern United States.... more »
October 29, 2014
Expect one more day of isolated shower chances before cooler and drier days lead into the weekend.
Forecast Discussion: A cold front will cross the region today however a relatively dry air mass above the surface will make it difficult for this front to produce widespread shower activity. Still, isolated showers may occur, especially into the early afternoon hours of Wednesday,... more »
October 28, 2014
If a shower is to be picked up over the region, it will occur in the next two days.
Forecast Discussion: A weakening cold front is slipping into the region from northwest to southeast. While little moisture exists to support any serious rain or storm development, there may be just enough to squeeze out some spotty showers through Wednesday Afternoon. Recall... more »
October 27, 2014
The final week of October will begin warm but end on a cooler note.
Forecast Discussion: An area of high pressure is set up in the Northern Gulf of Mexico and stretches to the Carolina Coast. At least for one more day, this high will continue a trend of tranquil, if not warmer than average weather. As the high pushes east... more »
October 24, 2014
You can expect a beautiful forecast today! Expect a chillier start with most areas in the 40s. It's possible for a few areas to reach 80 but most of us will stay in the 70s. The nighttime hours will be clear and a bit warmer, with most of us in the lower 50s. This weekend is also fantastic, whether you're... more »
October 23, 2014
We're still dry and sunny. We're even a little cooler today. We should all stay out of the 80s this afternoon, reaching temperatures only in the upper 70s. The nighttime hours will be clear and a bit cooler, with most of us in the upper 40s. There are a few clouds and showers in east Texas this morning, but as... more »
October 22, 2014
Don't expect a big chance in the forecast over the next several days. More sunshine and cool, dry conditions. Expect high temperatures to top out in the lower 80s beneath a mainly sunny sky. The nighttime hours will be clear and a bit cooler, especially in our northern areas. A weak cold front moves through today and it's too dry... more »
October 21, 2014
Little change can be expected in the weather over the next several days.
Forecast Discussion: A weak cold front will cross the Gulf South Tuesday Night. This system has virtually no moisture in that would aid in the development of any showers or even a thick cloud deck for that matter. Once this front seeps into the Gulf, a reinforcing cool... more »
October 20, 2014
Another week of quiet weather is ahead.
Forecast Discussion: A surface high pressure system positioned in the Southeastern United States will continue calm weather through Tuesday. A weak cold front will sink into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday Afternoon, but like its predecessor, with little moisture to work with, this one will pass dry. The front will usher in a... more »
October 17, 2014
While warmth will be on the rise, humidity will remain well below oppressive levels.
Forecast Discussion: The surface high pressure that has brought about tranquil weather over the last several days will chug toward the Florida Coast today. Resulting will be a bit of a southerly component to the local winds and thermometers will respond with the warmest day... more »