Eyes on the next chance for wintry precipitation for parts of the South & Southeast
Keeping a close eye on the weather pattern late this week into the weekend for the potential for wintry precipitation for parts of the South & Southeast. An Arctic cold front will move into the South on Thursday and into the Southeast on Friday, delivering a big shot of cold with temperatures dipping to or below freezing. Watch the video forecast on this system!
Cold air mass moving into the region from late week into the weekend
The focus then shifts to a low pressure that could develop near the northern Gulf of Mexico, tracking east-northeast across the region from Friday into Saturday. Depending on the track of the low, it could spread moisture into the subfreezing air mass across parts of the South & Southeast during this timeframe. As expected this far out, there is a lot of uncertainty and the models are disagreeing with the specifics; however, the pattern is favorable for the possibility of wintry precipitation from Thursday in central and south Texas, possibly spreading east on Friday into southern parts of Mississippi, southern Alabama, southern Georgia and Carolinas by Saturday. Watch the video forecast on this system!
Forecast radar late week into the weekend
Again, this is far out so a lot can and will change over the coming days. Don’t focus too much on the specifics but just take a mental note to keep checking back for updates as we gain more confidence in the forecast over the coming days. Watch the video forecast on this system!