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DAVE MURRAY’S LATEST FORECAST AND WEATHER DISCO

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Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco:

THURSDAY:

MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES AND VERY HUMID WITH SCATTERED RAIN AND STORMS…NO ALL DAY RAIN..A SPRING PATTERN
WINDS: EAST 5-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 77 DEGREES

THURSDAY NIGHT:

PARTLY CLOUDY AND HUMID…A FEW SPOT STORMS
WINDS: NORTHEAST 5-10 M.P.H.
LOW: 58 DEGREES

FRIDAY:

PARTLY SUNNY…STILL A CHANCE OF A FEW SPOT STORMS…ACTION LOOKS LIMITED RIGHT NOW
WINDS: NORTHEAST 5-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 75 DEGREES

THE WEEKEND IS LOOKING MORE LIKE FALL…PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND IN THE LOW 70’S

THE WEATHER DISCO:

THE OVERALL SET UP IN THE ATMSOPHERE REMAINS THE SAME…LOW PRESSURE IN THE PLAINS WITH A WARM FRONT DRAPPED OVER THE BI-STATE REGION…AND A COOL FRONT HAVING A TOUGH TIME WORKING IN FROM THE UPPER MID-WEST…THIS PATTERN WILL HOLD FOR THURSDAY AND INTO THURSDAY NIGHT…THEN WE SHOULD SEE ALITTLE PUSH FOR FRIDAY…A TRANSTION DAY…LIMITED RAIN AND THEN A LARGE BUBBLE OF HIGH PRESSURE FROM THE NORTH WILL SINK IN FOR THE WEEKEND AND DRY US OUT…RAINFALL AMOUNTS SINCE TUESDAY ARE IN THE 1 TO 7+ INCH RANGE…AMAZING STORMS LATE TUESDAY AND TUESDAY EVENING…EXCELLENT RAIN MAKERS…DROUGHT BUSTING FOR SOME…ESPECIALLY EAST/SOUTHEAST OF METRO STL….I THINK SEVERE WEATHER WILL BE TOUGH TO DEVELOP THURSDAY AND THURSDAY EVENING AND EXPECT A LOT OF DRY TIME…BUT THIS IS A SPRING PATTERN…SO LETS KEEP AN EYE ON THE SKY