Cool but nice on Friday, while the weekend gets warmer with mostly dry conditions

Friday weather 11-19-21

VICTORIA, Texas-: today: Mostly sunny to sunny skies with light winds while temperatures stay below average. High: 68 degrees. Wind: SE 5-10 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Friday night: Mostly clear skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. Low: 50 degrees. Wind: SE 5 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Saturday: Partly sunny skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 79 degrees. Wind: SE 5-10 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Saturday night: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. Low: 61 degrees. Wind: SE 5 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Extended forecast: Sunday by Friday:

Sunday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 81/52 degrees. Wind: S / N 5-10 mph. A 40% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Monday: Partly sunny skies with moderate / stormy winds while temperatures remain below average. High: 69/42 degrees. Wind: NE 5-15 / G20 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Tuesday: Partly sunny skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. High: 73/59 degrees. Wind: SE 10 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies with moderate winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 79/63 degrees. Wind: SE 15 mph. A 20% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Thursday: Partly cloudy skies with moderate winds while temperatures remain average. High: 75/47 degrees. Wind: SE 15 mph. A 40% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Friday: Partly cloudy skies with moderate wind while temperatures remain below average. High: 67/45 degrees. Wind: NW 15 mph. A 30% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Summary: The high temperatures on Thursday were 15-25 degrees cooler than on Wednesday, as the cold front moved through the area on Thursday morning. The change in atmospheric pressure will create some night clouds that will prevent temperatures from dropping too far. However, the cold front draws colder air into the region, which should bring nighttime temperatures down into the 50s, while hitting the upper 40s in some locations.

The wind will subside on Friday (should be until Thursday night) while the clouds are gathering and the sun is shining at full speed, but this will not be enough to bring temperatures back to where they were before the front penetrated. After a high of 85 degrees on Wednesday, Friday will only warm up to the upper 60s and lower 70s.

The moisture of the Gulf (warmer air) begins to return to the area on Friday evening. The temperatures on Friday evening should therefore be a few degrees warmer than the lowest temperatures on Thursday night.

Long term, for the longer period, days 3 through 7, Saturday through Thursday, the ’80s will return over the weekend as conditions return to the warm and dry weather we had before Thursday’s cold front hit the area.

Just when we thought it would be safe to put the tank top on again, another cold front pulls through the intersection through the night to Sunday and Monday morning. Probabilities of rain are possible near and along the coast as well as in front of the front, since the humidity on Monday morning is about 1.4 ° C. The stable atmosphere will most likely not sustain any thunderstorm activity. The probability of rain will decrease until Monday afternoon.

The temperature highs are reached early Monday before the cooler air enters later that day on Monday. Temperatures for Monday night will see lows in the 1940s and 50s. On Tuesday, warmer air rises from the south, while temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday go back to the 70s and 80s.

The next front is set to move into the intersection next Thursday or maybe even beyond the forecast period.

Tropics: There will be no tropical storms or hurricanes for the next 48 hours.

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