SUNDAY JUNE 25, 2017
MOSTLY CLOUDY EARLY, BECOMING PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM TODAY WITH WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
MOSTLY CLOUDY AND MILD TONIGHT WITH A
CHANCE OF THUNDERSHOWERS
PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM TOMORROW WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM ON TUESDAY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
Mostly cloudy early, becoming partly cloudy and warm today with an 40% chance of showers or thunderstorms. Highs will be in the upper-80's. Look for easterly winds at 5-10 mph.
Mostly cloudy and mild tonight wit an 30% chance of thundershowers after midnight. We should have easterly winds at 5-10 mph. Low temperatures will range from the upper-70's on the Island to the mid-70's inland.
Tomorrow should bring partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures with a 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms. Highs will be in the upper-80's. We anticipate easterly winds at 5-10 mph.
On Tuesday, look for partly cloudy skies with a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the upper-80's. Expect easterly winds at 10-15 mph
SHORT-TERM OUTLOOK:Partly cloudy skies warm conditions and a chance of showers or thunderstorms will persist through tomorrow as a weak cold front lingers over Texas, upper-level low pressure remains over the Gulf of Mexico and deep moisture lingers.
NATIONAL OUTLOOK:This morning , a mostly stationary cold front extends eastward from eastern Arizona across Texas to near Galveston and then along the northern rim of the Gulf to the Atlantic and a low east of Delaware. Further north, another cold front is moving south into the central Plains and Midwest with an attached low located over Lake Huron. High pressure sits over northwest Oregon while low pressure is found over Mexico, California, Oregon and British Columbia.
At the Upper-Levels, we have a somewhat amplified pattern with a high pressure ridge centered over the Bahamas, an upper-level low pressure trough is dipping southward from the Upper-Midwest to the Deep South and northern Gulf of Mexico and another high pressure ridge extending north and northwest from Mexico and the Desert Southwest all the way to Oregon and Washington.
The cold front to the north will stall and slowly dissipate over our area. At the same time, weak upper-level low pressure will persist over the Gulf of Mexico along with ample low level moisture. These elements, along with daytime heating, should combine to produce periods of showers and thunderstorms over much of Texas through Monday or Tuesday, with dry and sunny conditions returning by mid to late week as high pressure builds back in over the area.
Tropical storm development is not expected at this time.