No change to the slowly evolving weather
Monday’s blog post indicated three days of weather effects from the slowly moving complex surface low pressure system and we’re now in day three of that period. The widespread fog this Wednesday morning is from the proximity of the warm front that has been hanging around not far from the ‘Burg. In fact, here’s the depiction of where the warm front – the red line – will be at 8 tonight:
The official forecast is for the fog to burn off and sunshine to break out over Fredericksburg later this afternoon, shooting temperatures up into the middle 80s (F). That could very well occur but I don’t think much sun will be available until after 3 p.m.
Meanwhile tomorrow the system will finally get booted out of here by a shift in the jet stream flow, which will bring the approach of the next cold front (and much cooler air) over the weekend. After a few Thursday morning sprinkles the sun should again make an appearance for 80-degree high temperatures tomorrow and Friday. More on that next cold front later…