Tracking two areas of interest in the tropics, patchy fog possible Black Friday morning

An area of low pressure along a front is located several hundred miles southeast of Bermuda. The low is forecast to interact with an upper-level trough today and could slowly acquire some subtropical characteristics while it drifts south-southwestward.

Environmental conditions are expected to become unfavorable for further development by the weekend. Right now, the National Hurricane Center is giving it a 40% chance of development.

Way out in the eastern Atlantic, a non-tropical area of low pressure is expected to form over the weekend. This system could gradually gain subtropical characteristics while it moves slowly southward through early next week.

Right now, the National Hurricane Center is giving it a 20% chance of development.


Locally, your Thanksgiving evening will be pleasant and dry, with temperatures falling into the 60s overnight. Some patchy fog will be possible for Black Friday shoppers waking up early tomorrow morning, but the fog will eventually give way to a mostly sunny sky Friday afternoon.

For next week, we’re eyeing a cold front coming through Monday. This will bring an increase in scattered rain, but plummet our humidity levels behind it. There’s also the potential for lows in the 40s for parts of our area Wednesday morning!

This forecast is subject to small adjustments over the coming days. Trust the Weather Authority to keep you updated!

Reporter:Brittany Van Voorhees
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