Storms to travel eastward on frontal wave

Storms to travel eastward on frontal wave

The meandering front that was south of us Sunday, north of us Monday, and back south of us today (Tuesday) now has a wedge of cool air giving us overcast skies and a cooler day.
The frontal wave with showers and t’storms in the western Gulf states today will move rapidly eastward Wednesday. The frontal boundary south of us today will try to move northward Wednesday, but the cooler air to the north of it tomorrow may resist the warm air trying to push the front northward. This convergence will probably cause overrunning or increased vertical cloud development. This means numerous showers and possible severe t’storms are likely across northeast Florida and southeast Georgia Wednesday afternoon and evening.

The coolest weather of the fall season will move into our area Friday, lasting through the weekend with mostly clear skies.



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