5/29 – Rob’s Mid-Week Morning Forecast

High-pressure currently over our area is expected to persist through tonight. This high pressure system is creating southerly winds, which will help to bring moisture and warm air into the area. In the upper levels, convergence is leading to subsiding and stable air in the atmosphere. As a result, the temperatures for the next day or two will be warmer than average for the area with little to no precipitation expected.

Beginning Thursday, a disturbance in the upper levels is expected to develop that could influence our area. Upper level divergence from the system will likely enhance lifting in the area, especially on Friday. There is ample moisture availability from the prevalent southerly winds in the area. Consequently, scattered showers with the possibility for a few thunderstorms will be possible for our area during daytime heating hours Thursday through Sunday this week. The highest potential for rain will be on Friday and Saturday due to the placement of the upper level disturbance.

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