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10/5 - Rob's "Afternoon T-Storms" Midday News Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]There is a marginal risk for excessive rainfall for the best chances of getting rainfall this afternoon over coastal Mississippi. This is all being brought about from an upper disturbance that extends from northern LA up into the northeast. The…

10/4 - Rob's "Muggy & Damp" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Moisture flow in advance of a cold front to the west will continue. The one positive that could keep us from seeing very heavy rain will be the instability, which is quite low. Rather thick cloud cover today should help…

10/1 - Rob Knight's 1st Weekend of October Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Pulses of weak Energy from the west are expected to continue to aid a wet environment favorable for more isolated showers and thunderstorms. Isolated showers and thunderstorms may still form later than previous days and affect west of the local…

10/1 - Rob's 1st Day of October Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Closing out the workweek into the weekend will bring lower rain chances. Pulses of weak Energy from the west are expected to continue to aid a wet environment favorable for more isolated showers and thunderstorms. Isolated showers and thunderstorms may…

9/30 - Rob's "Improving Conditions" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]A disturbance coming out of the base of the western US will use the moist airmass to develop scattered convection during the daytime hours each day. Friday's convection may be a little later developing than today's or Saturday's, as it…

9/30 - Rob's "Changing Pattern" Friday-Eve Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The airmass remains very moist, with climatologically above the 90th percentile for this time of year. No real indications of any significant drying through Saturday, as even then, moisture levels remain elevated. A disturbance coming out of the base of…

9/29 - Rob Knight's "Wet" Hump-Day Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Weak upper-level high pressure currently extends along the Mississippi Valley from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. The ridge isn't particularly strong enough to keep the low-level moisture flow out of the area however. The main concern for today will…

9/28 - Rob's "Warm & Humid" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]An upper level high-pressure is developing along the Mississippi Valley from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. The moisture recovery has occurred since yesterday evening. A disturbance in the NW'tern GOM will continue to slowly move to the NW towards…

9/28 - Rob Knight's "Moisture Returns" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]An upper level high-pressure is developing along the Mississippi Valley from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. The moisture recovery has occurred since yesterday evening. A disturbance in the NW'tern GOM will continue to slowly move to the NW towards…

9/27 - Rob Knight's 1st Full Week of Autumn Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The first half of this week will be the end of clear skies and no rain as high-pressure develops and extends along the Mississippi River Valley from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada. Moisture recovery will take some time but…

9/24 - The Chief's "Gorgeous Autumn Weekend" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Very pleasant and comfortable conditions will continue through the weekend. With the less humid flow, morning low temperatures will continue to be a good 10 to 15 degrees below climatological lows. Afternoon high temperatures will max out in the upper…

9/24 - Rob Knight's "Cooler/Less Humid" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Very pleasant and comfortable conditions will continue through the weekend. With the less humid flow, morning low temperatures will continue to be a good 10 to 15 degrees below climatological lows. Afternoon high temperatures will max out in the upper 70s…

9/23 - Rob Knight's "Beautiful" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The strong cold front from yesterday has already exited the area and is moving further southward into the Gulf. Temperatures as well as dew points have dropped and while there are still some gusty winds currently, that should begin to…

9/23 - Rob Knight's "Beautiful" Friday-Eve Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The strong cold front from yesterday has already exited the area and is moving further southward into the Gulf. Temperatures as well as dew points have dropped and while there are still some gusty winds currently, that should begin to…

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…

9/21 - Rob's "MUGGY/FOGGY" Tuesday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]There is one last day of uncomfortable weather before a welcome changes. The disturbance moving through the Great Plains this morning will be over the Ohio River Valley by midday tomorrow. The cold front associated with this disturbance is expected…

9/17 - Rob Knight's Friday Afternoon "Wet Weekend" Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The surface remnants of Nicholas will continue to fill today and drift towards northern Louisiana before completely dissipating. However, an upper level disturbance presently centered over northeast Texas will slide southeast which will use the lingering deep moisture to provide renewed…

9/17 - Rob Knight's "Wet & Damp" Friday Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The low level remnants of Nicholas continue to spin across the region producing scattered showers and thunderstorms. Expect the scattered precip to continue with increased activity this afternoon coupled with daytime heating. Activity will become more isolated overnight with areas…

9/16 - Rob Knight's "Friday-Eve" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The remnants of Nicholas will linger through Louisiana bringing strong moisture flow from the GOM. With a very saturated ground, rain rates would surely push areas into flash flooding. The majority of this should be diurnally driven but some areas…

9/16 - Rob's "Remnants of Nicholas" Morning Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]Focus will become more toward rainfall rates and not as much on totals area wide. Rates could be around 2 to 3 inches per hour today through Saturday and isolated areas could see 3 to 5 inches over that time frame.…

9/15 - Rob's "Threat For Heavy Rain" Afternoon Forecast

[videoembed][/videoembed]The main concern the next few days will be heavy rainfall, with the potential for ongoing flash flooding.  A FLASH FLOOD WATCH and COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY is ins effect Hourly rainfall rates can be 1.5 to 2 inches (and possibly…