06/20 – Brantly’s “More Rain Coming” Sunday Night Forecast
Monday, a lingering boundary off the marine waters will cause enhanced rain chances, especially along the coastal areas. Southerly winds will help to increase moisture and warm air moving into the atmosphere, which will enhance instability. As a result of these factors, there will be the potential for heavy rainfall where this boundary sets up tomorrow afternoon. Currently based on the model consensus, the location with the biggest potential for rainfall will be along the LA and MS coastal areas. There will also be the risk of some gusty winds and frequent lightning. Waterspouts will be possible as well. Tuesday, there will be a potential for heavy rainfall as well as this system moves through and lingers over our area. Lightning will be a concern as well.
Wednesday, the lingering boundary will refire during the daytime, increasing rain chances for the area, especially along the coastal LA and MS areas. Looking at the models, it does not look like Wednesday will have as efficient rainfall as the previous 2 days. However some showers and thunderstorms will be possible along that boundary, mainly during the peak afternoon daytime heating hours.