July 24, 2014 Leave a comment
Good Thursday afternoon! As of 3:45pm, areas along and south of I-20 are dealing with lots of scattered storms. These storms are moving southeast, along a weak cold front. Slightly drier air is moving in from the north, so the risk of scattered storms will come to an end from northwest to southeast this evening. The risk of rain has now ended for areas along and north of I-20.
Friday through the weekend is looking hot and mostly dry. I can’t rule out a shower or storm south of I-20 over the weekend, but the risk of rain is low. Expect highs in the lower 90s this weekend, with fairly humid conditions. Since dewpoints will remain in the upper 60s to lower 70s, you will notice a slight mugginess. Lows will start off in the upper 60s Saturday morning, then lower 70s Sunday morning.
Our next cold front is set to arrive early on Monday. Model data has backed off a tad with the really cool air, but I still expect drier air and slightly cooler temperatures for Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs will top out in the middle 80s, with lows in the middle 60s. Humidity will feel much lower both days. Expect some scattered storms ahead of the front on Monday, especially along and south of I-20.
Tropical Depression # 2 has died in the Atlantic. With a harsh environment for tropical development at this time, it is unlikely it has a chance to redevelop…
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