Hot and dry

Rainy season is turning into a bust. There hasn’t even been hints of convection.

This is promising.

HIGH PRES ALOFT OVER THE W GULF OF MEX AND THE
SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINS MAINTAINS THIS POSITION THROUGH SAT NIGHT AS
AN UPPER LONG WAVE TROUGH DEVELOPS OVER THE W N ATLC AS A SERIES OF
SHORT WAVES DEEPEN THIS SYSTEM. THIS DEVELOPS A COL AREA BETWEEN THE
RIDGE TO THE W AND THE RIDGE OVER THE ATLC TO THE E. THIS PATTERN
REPEATED IN THE MID LEVELS AS WELL AS AT THE SURFACE OVER THE FLA
PENINSULA.

FOR THE SHORT TERM...TONIGHT THROUGH SAT NIGHT...WITH NO REAL PRES
GRADIENT...AFTERNOON CONVECTION WILL BE DRIVEN BY E/W COAST SEA
BREEZE DEVELOPMENT AND THEN ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENT FROM OUTFLOW
BOUNDARIES. STEERING FLOW WILL BE ERRATIC ALOFT BUT THE INTERIOR
WILL BE FAVORED THOUGH METRO AREAS ON EACH COAST HAVE SOME
VULNERABILITY. DUE TO THE COL AREA FLUCTUATING ABOUT S FLA...THE
STRENGTH OF THE STABILITY ALOFT FLUCTUATES AS WELL BUT A CHANCE OF
TSTMS EXPECTED DAILY. LOCALLY HEAVY RAINS POSSIBLE DUE TO SLOW
TSTM MOVEMENT. NOCTURNAL ACTIVITY OVER THE ATLC/GULF WATERS TO
REMAIN OFFSHORE AS SOME OFFSHORE DRAINAGE FLOW EXPECTED. MAX TEMPS
STILL AROUND 90 AT THE IMMEDIATE COASTAL AREAS BUT POSSIBLY TO 100
IN THE CENTRAL INTERIOR. E COAST METRO AREAS ABOVE NORMS AS A
SW SURFACE WIND TO DELAY THE E COAST SEA BREEZE SOME WHILE THE W
COAST NEAR NORMS.

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