HOT & Humid

9/21 - Rob's "Cold Frontal Passage" Tuesday Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]A disturbance moving through the Great Plains this morning will be over the Ohio River Valley by midday. The cold front associated with this disturbance is expected to move across our area Tonight/Wednesday. The airmass ahead of this system is…

9/6 - Rob's Monday Afternoon "Wet Pattern" Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]A cold front will drop southeast into the forecast area, providing showers/T-Storms along the front to impact the area into tonight. Deep tropical moisture should be in place with the possibility for isolated pockets of heavy rainfall through mid-week. There…

9/6 - Rob Knight's "Labor Day" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The upper level high-pressure centered along the northern Gulf Coast will continue to move south and weaken. An upper level trough digging across the Mississippi Valley and an associated surface cold front will drop southeast into the forecast area. Showers/T-Storms along…

9/1 Rob's "1st Day of September" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]A surface low associated with Tropical Depression Ida will continue to move NE, dragging a weak cold front into south Mississippi Thursday morning. Northwesterly flow aloft will develop across the area today between the upper level High pressure over Texas…

9/1 - Rob's "September Outlook" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]A surface low associated with Tropical Depression Ida will continue to move NE, dragging a weak cold front into south Mississippi Thursday morning. Northwesterly flow aloft will develop across the area today between the upper level High pressure over Texas…

8/31 - Rob's "Tropical Moisture" Tuesday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Trailing feeder bands in the wake of now remnant Ida will continue to drag across the area thorough today. These bands will slowly press southeastward into the Gulf through the morning and late afternoon. Despite southeastward movement of the band,…

8/25 - Rob's "Scattered T-Storms" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Showers/t-storms will develop late morning and early afternoon, a few thunderstorms could produce rain rates of 2-4" per hour and this could cause some very localized flooding of poor drainage areas. Thursday will be different as a wetter scenario develops…

8/24 - Rob Knight's "HOT & HUMID" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Upper level high-pressure is expected to weaken slightly over the next few days. Southerly surface winds will help to advect warm air and moisture into the region, which will help enhance lifting and humidity in the environment. As a result,…

8/23 - Rob's "Hottest Summer Temps" Monday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]High-pressure slightly stronger than yesterday, is still centered along to just west of the TX/LA border and remains the biggest influence on the local weather. Its close proximity to the area means low rain potential and HOT TEMPERATURES. From a…

8/18 - Rob's "Hot & Humid" Wednesday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Today and Thursday, the normal summertime pattern will dominate the area. Southerly surface winds will help to advect warm air and moisture into the area, which will ultimately help with lifting in the environment. As a result, the rainfall will…

8/17 - Rob's "Higher Heat Index" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Fred has been downgraded to a tropical depression drifting north-northeast through western Georgia. Meanwhile along the northern Gulf coast, we remain parked underneath light westerly flow aloft upstream from the western section of departing TS Fred. Winds from the southwest…

8/11 - Rob Knight's "Tracking The Tropics" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Another day of afternoon shower and thunderstorm activity is on tap with precipitation chances a good deal higher overall than they were yesterday, mainly during the peak heating of the afternoon hours. This should in turn help to keep temperatures…

8/10 - Rob's "Elevated Heat Index" Tuesday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The normal summertime pattern will be dominate the region through Thursday. Southerly to southeasterly surface winds will help to enhance warm air advection and moisture advection over the next few days, which will help with lifting in the environment. Scattered…

8/9 - Rob's "Hot & Humid" Monday Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]With high-pressure shaping the forecast, daily high temperatures generally in the 90 to 95 range and afternoon dew-points in the lower and mid 70s will make for somewhat uncomfortable conditions. Moisture flow south of the interstate will be more abundant than…

7/29 - Rob's "Heat Advisory" Thursday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]More of the same hot, muggy weather is expected to continue for the next couple of days. Afternoon and early evening showers will be possible over the next few days, with a slight elevation in precip chances into the weekend.…

7/22 - Rob's "Summertime Pattern" Thursday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]A much drier trend is already beginning to take hold with less than 20% coverage for showers/t-storms. The upper level weakness continues to hold over the mid-Atlantic and northeast with upper level high-pressure in place over the nation's mid-section. Our…