MONDAY, JUNE 24 2019
MOSTLY CLOUDY AND WINDY THIS MORNING WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS--LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WILL BE POSSIBLE, BECOMING PARTLY CLOUDY AND WARM LATER TODAY WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
MOSTLY CLOUDY AND MILD TONIGHT WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
MOSTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY AND WARM TOMORROW WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
PARTLY CLOUDY AND HOT ON WEDNESDAY
Mostly cloudy and windy this morning with a 100% chance of showers and thunderstorms, becoming mostly to partly cloudy and warm later today with a 30% chance of showers or thundershowers. High temperatures will be in the low to mid-80's. Expect northeast winds at 25-35 mph, gusting to 45-mph this morning, gradually veering to the east and south this afternoon.
Tonight, look for mostly cloudy skies and mild temperatures with a 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms. Overnight lows will be near 80. We should have southerly winds at 10-15 mph.
Tomorrow will bring mostly cloudy skies, breezy conditions and warm temperatures with a 30% chance of showers or thunderstorms. Expect southerly winds at 10-15 mph, gusting to 20-mph. High temperatures will be in the upper-80's.
On Wednesday, expect partly cloudy skies and hot temperatures. Morning lows will be in the low-80 's and afternoon highs will be near 90. Look for southeast winds at 5=10 mph.
SHORT TERM OUTLOOK:An upper-level disturbance moving across Texas and the southern Plains, combines with increasing Gulf moisture has led to a line of storm forming over North Texas and moving south to the coast this morning. Storms and windy conditions will prevail for early today, followed by a return to more typical summer conditions by this afternoon and tomorrow.
This morning, high pressure is centered to our east over Florida and the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Meanwhile, surface low pressure is located to our west southeast of the Big Bend and west of Midland, Texas. Meanwhile, a weak cold front is moving slowly southeast across northwest Texas with the frontal boundary extending east and northeast from west of Lubbock across Oklahoma and the eastern Plains to the Upper-Midwest and lows over Minnesota and northern Wisconsin. High pressure is centered behind this front over Colorado. Meanwhile, to our northeast, a stationary frontal boundary extends southeastward from the low in Wisconsin all the way to a low along the coast of North Carolina and then into the Atlantic. A third, cold front is drifting southwest across northeastern Canada and New England. Finally, in the West, isolated lows are found near Las Vegas and San Francisco, while to the northeast of there, a Pacific cold front is moving east across the region with an attached low over northern Utah.
We back to a more amplified pattern, with an upper-level low over far eastern Canada and New England. Further west, a high pressure ridge extends northward from the Southeastern U.S. and the Deep South to the Midwest, Great Lakes and Canada. Further west, a low pressure trough is moving east across the Plains, while far to the west, high pressure is evident in the Pacific off the West Coast.
EXTENDED OUTLOOK:Deeper Gulf moisture, the trough moving across Texas and the Plains and a weak cold front dipping into North Texas will bring rain to our area today. Rain chances will linger through tomorrow as instability prevails with drier, sunnier conditions returning for Wednesday and Thursday as high pressure builds into our area. Some chance of rain will reappear by the end of this week and the weekend as the high shifts out of our area a little allowing deeper moisture to return.