7/16 – Rob’s “Finally Sunny” Tuesday Morning Forecast

Starting off with some sunshine this morning!

Two weaknesses are shown extending from the surface low that used to be Barry. The first is a trough axis and extends from Missouri to Arkansas then along the Red River and finally back into New Mexico. The second is a mid-level disturbance from Missouri to Arkansas to western Louisiana then along the western gulf coast. A few showers/t-storms will be around the area but nothing to the extent that was dealt with this past weekend though yesterday. The remainder of the workweek will bring back the typical summertime patter with a few afternoon t-storms induced by daytime heating.

Tidal waters remain elevated along the coast and there could still be a few secondary roadways that have water up to the roadsides during high tide cycles. Winds have eased enough to allow water levels to very slowly recede but it will still take a few more days to get back to more normal levels along the Gulf Coast.

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