6/26 – Rob’s “Dry Start” Wednesday Morning Forecast
Starting off the morning dry with somewhat lower humidity. Upper-level high pressure will build across the southern half of the country from West Texas to the East Coast. It will be a daily battle between daytime heating induced convection and subsidence aloft. Ample buoyancy will be available, typical of this time of year, while the
wind field through the column looks to be weaker and less conducive than yesterday.
The moisture flow will begin to increase tomorrow. Strong daytime heating will produce
numerous afternoon thunderstorms. Therefore, I have kept daytime rain chances upwards of 50 to 60% with storms likely lasting well into the evening hours. This pattern will spill over into early next week and possibly longer.