Weather forecast for Charles’ Pinpoint – Sunday, November 28

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Showers were moving west to east across the Big Bend and South Georgia on Sunday morning with mostly cloudy skies. A storm system to the west near the Gulf Coast was moving through the area. Guidance patterns began to be a game-changer on the chances of rain late on Saturday, and Sunday morning radar ended up checking for the latest trend. The overall chance of rain will be 30% for Sunday as the system shifts and a cold front arrives on Sunday evening. Sunday’s high temperature will approach 60 degrees, but some places may struggle to get out of the top 50 degrees. The sky will clear overnight with Monday morning low near 40.

The high surface pressure will take control of the weather for much of the week and leave the region’s weather calm, almost cloudless, dry and cool. Morning lows will be in the 30s with highs in the upper 60s to the lower 70s.

The high pressure is expected to move east during the week and move into the Atlantic at the weekend. The placement will bring an east to southeast flow by the end of the week and allow a slow return of low level humidity and, therefore, increase morning lows in the 40s on Thursday and Friday. More clouds will likely be seen with a small likelihood of a parasitic downpour on Friday. The two-day highs will be in the mid-1970s.

The orientation patterns differed on the surface configuration from the weekend to the following weekend, reducing the confidence of the forecast. But a little higher moisture content will bring a chance of one or two showers on Saturday with the potential for a cold front next weekend. Guidance trends will continue to be monitored.

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Dale D. Schrum