7/1 – Rob Knight’s “Spotty Rain” Friday Morning Forecast

There is an area of high-pressure over the Rockies and along the Atlantic Coast with disturbances over the Great Lakes and approaching the Pacific Coast. Pressure fields across the local area were fairly weak, and with the abundance of rain yesterday, there have been several locations reporting patchy fog.

Overall, expect the same stuff, different day, at least for today and tomorrow. Western portions of the area may see a little more convective activity over the next day or two than what has been occurring there, as the Texas disturbance attempts to move into western Louisiana. Primary threat periods will remain late morning through early evening, and have bumped up early evening precip chances.

As we get into Sunday, minor changes are possible, as high-pressure attempts to build into the area from the south and east. I would note that this is not coming from the same source region as the heat wave a week ago.

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