9/16 – Rob Knight’s “Final Week of Summer” Forecast

An upper-level area of low-pressure over the mid/west Gulf of Mexico will continue to move off to the west through the next 36 hours. Showers and a few thunderstorms associated with this feature will mainly impact the coastal waters and the more coastal land areas through this evening, with the greatest concentration across the western half of the coastal waters.

Otherwise, mid/upper level high-pressure will prevail across the Gulf States during the week with temperatures continuing to run above normal and rain chances below normal. A weak back door cold front will move through the area later this week into the weekend and will provide for spotty rainfall and slight cooler day time temperatures in the mid 80s.

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