5/31 – Rob’s HOT AFTERNOON Forecast

Upper-level clouds from this morning have moved east allowing for good heating and low-level cumulus clouds to form. With high-pressure now in the NE Gulf, a predominant southerly winds will continue through the rest of the workweek. This will increase the humidity (Feels Like-Temps) and assist with the sea-breeze during the early afternoon time frame. Isolated T-Storms will develop along the sea-breeze front and drift inland. A cold front will approach the area Friday and affect us through Sunday with elevated rain/T-Storm potential.

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