6/6 – Rob’s Hotter “Midday News” Forecast

High-pressure beginning to dominate the Gulf coast will continue to intensify tomorrow and remain in place through Friday. At most, an isolated thunderstorm may try to develop along the sea-breeze boundary that form each day. 20 percent or less is in the forecast to reflect this very limited risk of rain.

By Sunday into next week, high-pressure should continue to push further west, and the area will be opened up to a northerly flow pattern in the mid and upper levels. This pattern will allow for weak impulses to slide through the region each day, and serve as a forcing mechanism for increased t-storm activity. Temperatures should also moderate a bit due to the increase in humidity and shower and thunderstorm activity. Highs should rise into the upper 80s and lower 90s, as overnight lows will actually increase a bit into the low to mid 70s due to higher dew-points across the region.

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