Unseasonably Warm Weather This Weekend to Early Next Week…….Rainfall Information

November 30th, 2012 at 3:06 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Low stratus coming up from the Gulf & high cirrus/some altostratus moving in from the west will make for more clouds Saturday & especially Sunday.  Regardless of more cloud cover, temperatures will still be unseasonably warm!  The strongest winds look to be Saturday night-early Sunday with gusts to 32 mph.  This will prevent the low temperature from dropping below 54 Saturday night-Sunday morning!

Some scattered showers are possible Sunday, but amounts look light & coverage will run 25-30%.  A couple showers are possible Monday, but the main band of rainfall will be the early half of Tuesday.

Despite that being the most widespread, soaking rainfall in a while, totals do not look impressive with totals of 0.30-0.60″ currently expected.

4 Responses to “Unseasonably Warm Weather This Weekend to Early Next Week…….Rainfall Information”

  1. Carol says:

    Lovely…but boring. Snow, please!

  2. Ryan H says:

    I agree!

  3. Doug in Flora says:

    About 17 inches would be nice… ;-)

  4. Ron B says:

    Well I see that it’s that time again to start recruting for the snow haters club. Membership is free and the only requirment is that you dont like snow. Lets see how many people we can get this year. Looks like Doug in Flora is leading the snow lovers club with his wish for 17 inches. LOL

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