6/9 – Britt’s “Changes Ahead” Thursday Afternoon Forecast

A weak boundary still forecast to sink southward and stall near the coast for today and tomorrow. While widespread showers and storms are not expected, the boundary should provide a focus for scattered showers and storms each afternoon.

Our area is under a MARGINAL (level 1 out of 5) threat for severity today. The timing on this will be the afternoon and evening hours. The largest threat will be the potential for damaging winds.

By Saturday, the upper ridge axis begins to shift eastward. Still expecting to see scattered afternoon convection on Saturday, but by Sunday and beyond, the high looks to suppress convection leading to a mostly dry forecast. With only scattered clouds and a lack of afternoon showers, expect afternoon temperatures to rise above normal each day, topping out in the low to mid 90s most days.

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