5/2 – Rob Knight’s “Even Warmer” Morning Forecast

Main forecast concerns center around the chances for T-Storms over the weekend and again next week. In the short term, high-pressure aloft over the southeast U.S will gradually erode through the remainder of the work week. T-Storms will largely remain to the north and west of the forecast area through Friday, however, a few showers and T-Storms may edge into the far northwest sections of the region tonight, but with a slightly better chance of that happening on Friday.

A much better chance for T-Storms will occur on Saturday as a cold front moves out of Texas and across the lower Mississippi Valley. Likely precip chances will be in order for most of the area Saturday with the threat for showers and thunderstorms gradually waning Saturday night. The cold front will continue to move south across the area Sunday with some threat for additional convection possible mainly across the coastal land areas and the adjacent coastal waters during the day. The frontal boundary will eventually stall near or just off the coast.

This boundary or the remnants of it will pull back north by Tuesday and bring scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms back into the forecast Tuesday.

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