Daily Archives: September 18, 2019

Time posted: 1:51 am

A Few Changes Roll In

Good Wednesday to one and all. It’s dry and it’s much warmer than normal. That’s been the case for each and every day so far for the month of September. But, a few changes are showing up over the next few days. These changes mean cooler temps and even a stray shower or thunderstorm.

We are watching the eastern sky today for some clouds working against the grain. This is courtesy of a disturbance working from east to west and this may produce a shower or storm. The best chance is across the south and southeast…

Temps will be very warm in the west and could flirt with 90. Lots of middle 80s show up elsewhere.

Cooler winds come at us on Thursday and we have to be on guard for some low clouds and even a few stray showers. If those clouds do stick around, temps could be held in the 70s and that’s exactly what the NAM is showing…

Friday has the makings of a pretty nice weather day with fairly low humidity and near normal temps as a weak high builds in from the east…

Temps recover some as we head into the weekend as our flow becomes southwesterly. This is ahead of a front that sweeps in here late Sunday into Monday. This looks to give us the best chance for rain in nearly a month. It may also be followed by another system…

That’s a much better looking setup for temps and rainfall, so let’s hope it pans out.

Let’s head back to the tropics to see how things are playing out because the tropics will continue have a lot to say about the upcoming pattern. Humberto continues to slide toward Bermuda then harmlessly out to sea…

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As expected, the system behind it is strengthening and should become a hurricane in the coming days. The track on this may take it toward the Caribbean by the weekend…

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The system we talked about developing near Texas did just that and is bringing major floods to areas around Houston.

Have a great day and take care.

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