The Explanation: A weak front will be stall just north of the local area several days. In the absence of any widespread lift or forcing, any light showers than can develop will be highly isolated and mainly north of I-10/12. In the upper levels, our area will remain in southerly wind flow that will enhance moisture to produce mostly cloudy skies through the weekend. An upper level ridge will then build over the Gulf of Mexico Saturday and Sunday guiding the front farther north. Temperatures will top out in the upper 70s and, where there are significant breaks in clouds, low 80s. With low temperatures in the 60s, some fog could form each morning. By early next week, a trough will be digging into the Mid-Mississippi River Valley forcing the upper ridge and surface front back to the south. This feature will tap into Gulf moisture and enhance precipitation formation Monday through Tuesday.
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As a weak, stalled front provides the area with a minimal chance for a shower, the warmth continues. The Capital Area is in search of its first 80 degree reading...
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