A Hot & Dry Monday
HIGHS/LOWS STAYING ABOVE THE NORM
It will be rather quiet for most of the week as we’ll stay hot and dry with mid-level flow from the northwest making it so. As we get into the latter part of the week, that flow will switch in from the southwest and bring plenty of moisture up from the Gulf. On top of this, a low strengthening out of the Southern Plains will push a trough into our region late Wednesday/early Thursday. Although the low will trek well north of us, there will be several strong pulses of energy riding the trough through our area. This will help trigger a few showers and thunderstorms Friday through Monday. We could also tap into moisture associated with the tropical low developing in the southwestern end of the Gulf of Mexico. The low pressure shifts offshore early next week with high pressure setting up shop right behind it to bring drier conditions back into the forecast.
Daytime highs will continue to run 5+ degrees above the norm with overnight lows, although a bit cooler to start the week, staying several degrees above average as we get into the middle of the week.
TODAY- Sunny with highs in the mid 90s.
TONIGHT- Mostly clear with lows in the upper 60s.
TOMORROW- Mostly sunny with highs in the low 90s.
-Morning Meteorologist Miller Robson
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