9/17 – Rob’s Final Workweek of Summer Forecast

Dry air at least in the mid-levels and up, can be seen very well on water vapor imagery this morning. This will continue to slowly move into the area. A very weak surface boundary exists along the south and western edge of this dry air as well.

This will help focus some showers/t-storms activity along and south of it. Models have shown higher precip numbers in this fashion for Tuesday. Deeper moisture begins to slowly move back over the area as the week progresses. This will bring higher showers/t-storms chances as well as bring the heat down just enough to be tolerable later in the week/weekend.

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