5/19 – Rob Knight’s “Sunny & Warm” Afternoon Forecast

A cold front with not much in the way of cooling will stall over the area this evening. This will help thunderstorms that develop stay along the same area producing some training.

The next possible issue will be strong gusty winds that could be strong to even severe. SPC has the area in a marginal risk and this looks valid. This activity will also be capable of producing heavy rainfall as they move over much of the same areas. The boundary will slowly move south tonight and rest along the coast for Wednesday.

A slow progression northward after Wednesday; looks to bring wet weather back to the north of the area by Thursday. By Friday a deep tropical air mass will begin to invade from the gulf. This will bring with it a daily rhythm of showers/t-storms through the weekend and well into next week. The set up looks to be our normal diurnal driven thunderstorm activity in which any of these could be strong with heavy rainfall on any given day.

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