It’s going to get interesting in Montgomery in a couple of days, so lets pay attention to the forecast, OK?
At 1153PM, CT, Montgomery was reporting a temperature of 27 degrees with mostly clear skies. The temperature’s were quite cool for the the region following the passage of a deep, digging cold front late last week, but the real system to watch was a strong low presently centered over El Paso, which will eventually gather intensity and moisture and barrel eastward.
The low at one point had been cut off over the desert Southwest, but is now tied to a laminar jet and will be fused with an additional jet over the Ohio Valley, which will give the system a guide for which to travel. Southerly flow ahead of the system, while warming, will also bring the chance for a few prefrontal showers on Tuesday morning, with the threat only intensifying through the afternoon, when eventually, a thunderstorm will be a possibility.
Tomorrow – Warmer and mostly sunny, High 65, Low 34
Tuesday – Rain, with some thunder late, High 71, Low 50
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly to mostly cloudy High 66, Low 33
Tuesday – Cloudy with showers High 68, Low 51
AW: Tomorrow – Pleasant with sunshine mixing with some clouds High 64, Low 33
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy and mild; showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon High 68, Low 49
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny High 64, Low 33
Tuesday – Showers and possibly a thunderstorm. High 73, Low 53
WB: Tomorrow – Partly Cloudy, High 65, Low 35
Tuesday – Rain showers and chance of thunderstorms. High 67, Low 48
The Weather Service and Weatherbug, for once, are dramatically different. Who will nab the victory? I suspect the Weather Service, just because I know they followed the models a little more closely. Satellite Is not very active…. yet.