7/10 – Rob Knight’s Hot/Humid, Morning Forecast

A typical summertime convective regime is developing across the region. An area of upper-level high pressure is currently centered just east of the Rocky Mountains will slowly migrate towards the MO/AR/TN/KY intersection from today to Friday. This will leave the region/area in a fairly

open to Gulf moisture. The combination of a lack of direct strong subsidence, ample moisture in place, and daytime heating will result in a convectively active forecast period. During this time frame, rain chances will range from at lowest around 30-40% and at highest, 60-70%. This type of coverage and no ridge aloft should keep high temps quite close to climatological normal

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