6/14 – Rob’s “Status-Quo” Afternoon Forecast
Hot temperatures (HOTTER HEAT INDICES) providing lift is beginning to pop scattered t-storms across the forecast area.
High moisture content will remain unchanged Friday and Saturday but will begin to decrease on Father’s Day Sunday will lower rain chances just a tad. Otherwise, it’s a pretty typical summer-time pattern with seemingly endless outflow boundaries available for storm enhancement. Most will be quite short lived over any one place but brief heavy rainfall and minor street flooding is possible today and Friday.
High-pressure west of the forecast area will track ENE towards the mid-Mississippi Valley by Sunday. A westerly moving plume of tropical moisture coming out of the Caribbean will move towards the Texas coast. The NHC continue to give this tropical wave a 20% probability of development over the next 5 days as it moves into the Bay of Campeche.