WEDNESDAY: High pressure remains firm over the region through the day ahead of a gradual eastward movement through the latter part of the week. Expect sunshine to win out again - we’ll work our way back into the 60s to near 70 through the afternoon hours.
THURSDAY: High pressure will begin to move farther east of the region – temperatures will begin to creep a little higher. Humidity levels remain low and breezes will pick up through the day – fire danger could be elevated. Otherwise, it’s all sunshine and seasonable temperatures – from the morning 30s and 40s, to the afternoon 60s and 70s once again.
EXTENDED FORECAST: With high pressure building farther east - temperatures will work their way through the 70s Friday and into the weekend. Sunshine will be prevalent through Saturday, though clouds will increase Sunday ahead of our next weather maker; a few systems will slip through the area, offering opportunities in the few days leading up to Thanksgiving next week.
TROPICS: Iota continues to drench Central America this morning as a remnant low. Elsewhere in the basin, another ‘low risk’ development area continues to be highlighted in the southwest Caribbean Sea as well as off the southeast coast of the US – but otherwise, things have quieted down for now.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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