Friday, October 7, 2011

Your Wake-Up Forecast: Valid 7 AM (CDT) October 8

Real-Feel temperatures
Your wake up forecast for 7 am tomorrow morning definitely notes a temperature contrast along the cold front extending through the Upper Plains and into the south central Plains region. Just ahead of the cold front will feature wake up temperatures surpassing the 60's- a nice morning to sit outside with a morning cup of coffee. Farther out east features some gradually lowering wake-up temperatures, down into the mid fifties in the Midwest and the 40's way out east by the East Coast.
7 AM 3-Hour Precipitation
At 7 am, it does look like some stronger showers and thunderstorms will be ongoing in north Texas, western Texas regions as well as Oklahoma, with some weaker storms north into Kansas and Nebraska. This will once again be the result of the cold front moving through. While storms at 7 am may not seem entirely plausible, the fact that real-feel temperatures will surpass 60's in the regions highlighted above is enough to create some showers and storms in a given area under this situation.

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