6/28 – Rob’s Final Friday-Eve Of June Forecast

Not much changing in the forecast today with conditions near climatology. In the upper portions of the atmosphere, a strong ridge of high-pressure is currently centered around the Texas Panhandle while a trough is racing east across the northeast CONUS. This leaves the area in an environment for temps to max out in the lower to mid-90s with scattered showers and thunderstorms.

Coverage shouldn’t be too different from yesterday at around 30 to 50%.

Moving into the weekend and early next week, the upper ridge west of the region will track across the midsection of the country before heading into the Atlantic Ocean. As it makes its way towards the Appalachian Mountains, the local area will be in less of a subsidence region. This should allow for noticeable uptick in daytime activity with a slight drop in max temps. Models are in good agreement that this wetter trend Monday onward with precipitation chances possibly reaching the 70% range.

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