Monday, June 3
There is a LPS (Low Pressure System) over the NE U. S. with a cold front stretched South along the Atlantic Coastline. A secondary LPS is developing over the Central Plains with some High Pressure wedged between the to lows.
In The Tropics
There is an area of interest stretched from the Yucatan Peninsula, up to the Florida Straits.
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As a front moves away from our area, skies are still very cloudy with high humidity values. This front will continue to slowly move to the SE and away from Cenla. With this, drier air will begin to filter across the region this afternoon and through the next couple of days. This will bring our dew points up and moisture levels down. Nevertheless, Afternoon highs will still climb well into the lower90s under skies that will become mostly sunny.
Rain chances will go up after Wednesday as a system begins to approach the area from this LPS over the Central Plains.
For the rest of the day
Expect decreasing clouds becoming mostly sunny with low rain chances for the next couple of days. Highs today will climb well into the upper 80s with a light to moderate wind out of the North & East.
For the rest of the 7day planner
After a front finishes moving out of the area today, we will see a pleasant and cool feel overnight. Through midweek, expect plenty of sunshine. Late this week, Southerly winds will return and moisture will begin to be pumped into the area, from the GoM (Gulf of Mexico). Scattered showers and thunderstorms will last through the weekend.
TODAY...Mostly sunny skies with continued clearing. We will see Plenty of Sunshine and warm temps. Highs 86-92. NE wind 2-12mph.
MONDAY NIGHT...A fair
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