8/3 – Rob’s “HEAT ADVISORY” Forecast

As high-pressure in the N’Tern Gulf moves to the west, our viewing area will be in an area of lower-pressure providing for late morning/afternoon t-storms…as well as overnight activity. Rain potential will continue to elevate towards Friday and into the weekend.

A HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for the viewing area through 7 p.m. Remember to HYDRATE several hours before working or playing outdoors, seek shade periodically, take frequent breaks and keep an eye on each other.

TROPICAL STORM EARL is now moving west across the Caribbean sea and should make land fall overnight thorough tomorrow morning as a weak CAT 1 Hurricane along the east side of the Yucatan peninsula.

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