08/14 Ryan’s “No Rain” Tuesday Night Forecast

One of my favorite Mississippi bands is Blind Melon, who’s song “No Rain” describes today and tomorrow perfectly.

SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE COMBINED WITH RIDGING ALOFT IS MAKING SHOWER FORMATION DIFFICULT, AND I DON’T EXPECT TO SEE A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE UNTIL THURSDAY.

That’s when the surface low to the south will move east of us, causing southerly winds to force more moisture into our already hot and humid environment. This will enhance our “summertime pattern” of afternoon sea breeze activity, but not dramatically so.

EXPECT THE RAIN CHANCES TO INCREASE TO 40% FOR THURSDAY, AND TO PEAK ON FRIDAY AROUND 50% BEFORE SLOWLY FALLING BACK TO OUR “STANDARD” 30%.

As the start of next week rolls around, we’ll be looking at sunnier and drier weather with no rain, but the humidity will remain.

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