6/27 – Rob’s VERY HOT Thursday Afternoon Forecast

An upper level high-pressure system extends across much of the country between the Rockies and the western Atlantic. Gradual upper level weakness over the northeastern CONUS Friday into the weekend will erode the high-pressure over the Gulf Coast and southeastern US even more while an easterly wave tracks across the northern Gulf of Mexico.

This will reduce subsidence and allow daytime heating to produce numerous afternoon thunderstorms. A side effect of increased rain chances and cloud cover over the weekend will be a slight drop in daytime highs. Expect them to be closer to the 90 degree mark. This pattern will spill over into early next week and possibly longer.

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