6/8 – Rob Knight’s “TD Cristobal Effects” Morning Forecast

As Cristobal departs, elevated winds and rainfall will continue through today with conditions beginning to improve late afternoon. A deep upper level trough will move into the lee side of the Rockies by Tuesday. This will rapidly bring the remnants of Cristobal northward. By Tuesday, conditions will return to more of a typical summer time pattern with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening hours through midweek. The back end of the forecast is rather quiet compared to today. We still anticipate a rather large area of high-pressure developing over the Rockies and it will expand east into the central CONUS over the back half of the week and the weekend. This will keep the region rather dry and what looks to be on the warm side but nothing too hot with highs only in the lower 90s.

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