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Sunday, November 3

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Good Sunday morning! 

Yea... I never got around to a post yesterday,  We got home around 11 and after unpacking, football, Chinese food, a nap, football, and more football, I was done. 🙂 It was nice getting back in my own bed. About 6 months ago we bought a new Amerisleep mattress, and sleeping on anything else just doesn't work well for me. HIGHLY recommended. https://amerisleep.com/as2.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjw9fntBRCGARIsAGjFq5Fte7dQSJuRgXKxl9pIKa2u_4YYaYa3lG5dHr-TX7dV4BdztuW2BYsaAkuGEALw_wcB

But I know you aren't here for mattress reviews so...

A rather benign pattern in place right now with a semi zonal flow over the US. We are under the influence of a trough that has its center over Canada and that is helping to keep our temperatures more in line with fall. As you can see, there isn't much in the way of precipitation anywhere in the lower 48 except for some light snow and rain over the Dakota's and Montana.

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Today and Monday are typical fall days here in Georgia, so not much to talk about except say enjoy them. The next chance for some showers may be Tuesday, but even if any shows up it will most likely be light. 

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Models are struggling with moisture skirting the southern portion of
the forecast area and whether to make it rain or not, mainly on
Tuesday, as a weak cold front moves across the area later Tuesday and
Tuesday night. Am leaving rain chances out for now but if rain did
occur, amounts would be light.

The main event for the long term will be Thursday into Friday as a
stronger cold front moves across the area with deep moisture and an
associated upper level trough. At this time, instability is lacking
so will just leave the precip as rain. There are differences between
the GFS and European. The European's front is less organized and the
moisture is tied more to the upper system. The GFS develops a surface
low on the front that moves across the forecast area and has deeper
moisture and greater rain amounts associated. Either way, rain chances
look to increase on Thursday and peak Thursday night into Friday.
Should the GFS be more correct, greater rain chances will continue
on Friday as the European is faster moving the moisture across the area.

Saturday looks to be dry as high pressure moves over the area.

 

Again, typical fall weather. No major changes in the temperatures along the way. There will be a little bump up mid week in advance of the cold front, but will drop back down to close to where we were this weekend after the frontal passage Friday. 

So we all get a breather from the weather for a few days as there is nothing terribly exciting on the horizon at the moment, and that's normally the way fall goes here. 

So have a great Sunday and try to get out and enjoy the weather! 🙂

49 days until winter.

Dull November brings the blast,
Then the leaves are whirling fast.

–Sara Coleridge (1802–52)

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