10/24 – Brittany’s “Warm” Monday Night Forecast

The main feature to note in the short term is the passage of a frontal boundary through the day on Tuesday which will have ample moisture and forcing to produce showers and thunderstorms along the boundary this evening and overnight as it tracks across Texas and into western Louisiana. However, by the time the boundary arrives to our CWA in the morning, diurnal instability will be at its minimum and this should lead to weakening of convection along the boundary.

Clearing behind the boundary with a drier airmass will allow for more efficient cooling of the area during the following days. Highs will be comfortably in the 70s with the next chance of precipitation being on Friday.

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