9/15 – Rob’s “Final Weekend of Summer” Forecast

TD JULIA, now off the Charleston coast will continue to push a drier NE wind into the area, especially in the mid-upper levels of the atmosphere. That means…although daytime heating will trigger low-level moisture into a cloud deck…the clouds will not be allowed to build into showers/t-storms.

The atmosphere will become saturated once again beginning Friday. An approaching cold front coupled with an area of low-pressure over the west/central Gulf moving west, will elevate rain potential, ESPECIALLY for Saturday.

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