7/1 – Rob Martin’s “First Days Of July” Friday Evening Forecast
For now we’ve transitioned back to an afternoon/early evening thunderstorm pattern, with activity every day through the weekend. The rainfall so far this week has certainly been beneficial, with much of the area cutting into this year’s rain deficit by 30% or more. So, we could still use a bit more rain and we’re going to get it.
Our western zones may see a little more storm 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 rain chances also.