Forecast: Tackling a Cold Front for Super Bowl Sunday

After a warm sunny day here across Southwest Florida, clouds will gradually increase as we head into the night. By midnight, most of the area will be under cloudy skies. This increased amount of cloud comes from the cold front heading for Sunday.

A cold front arrives on Sunday, bringing with it cloudy skies and a chance for scattered showers, possibly thunder, for the region. Rain will start to arrive in the morning from 6-8am. The intensity will increase until mid-morning.

As we head in late morning, close to lunch, we may see some heavy rain and possibly some thunder. That should translate to steady light rain in the afternoon. Late afternoon, rain starts to stop from the northwest to the southeast through afternoon and evening.

At this point, the rain looks like it will end with a Super Bowl match but it will ruin the early plans of the day. At night, the clouds will slowly dissolve and lead to quite cold and cool overnight. Early morning temperatures on Monday will drop in the upper 40s.

Monday will be quite cool as the cold air behind the front settles in. Alternatively, you can also expect light winds. However, it will be sunny but high temperatures will only climb in the years above 60.


https://nbc-2.com/weather/forecast/2022/02/12/forecast-abundant-sunshine-with-a-taste-of-spring/ Forecast: Tackling a Cold Front for Super Bowl Sunday

Tom Vazquez

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