3/23 – Rob’s Warmer “Hump Day” Forecast

High-pressure overhead has moved to the east providing for a south wind which is elevating temps and humidity. Windy conditions will continue to fuel a cold front developing along the C-Rockies which will affect the local area Thur/Night. The atmosphere is setting up for the potential for a few STRONG/SEVERE t-storms late in the afternoon through midnight. The front will clear the area overnight Thursday and become stationary in the northern gulf. Drier conditions expected for Friday with rain % elevating for the Easter weekend…at 40-60%.

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