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Friday, August 29, 2014

GENERAL PICTURE:

Still no major changes to things. A fairly active pattern will bring chances for showers and thunderstorms in an off and on fashion in the next 7-10 days. Late summer warmth and humidity will also impact the southern 2/3rds of the region.

1-4 DAY FORECAST:

Waves of showers and thunderstorms will roll through the region in the next 4 days at least.

To save us all time, I will continue to let the maps do the talking.

Temps will run in the 70ís in the northern 1/3rd of the region for the next 3-4 days, with 80ís in most of the rest of the region and some low to mid 90ís in the far south. Humidity levels will be at moderate levels in most of the region as well.

5-10 DAY FORECAST:

The forecast for the first half of next week looks to be a bit quieter, with some showers and thunderstorms finishing up in the south.

By the end of next week and into the weekend, some showers and thunderstorms look to become possible.

Temps look to warm some as we head through the first half of next week, with highs in the 80ís in the northern Ĺ of the region and low 90ís elsewhere.

Haydays:

No major changes for this forecast either. A front still looks to work through on or near the time of the event. Ahead of the front, temps will likely be in the low 80ís, with moderate humidity levels. The front itself would bring a 3-6 hour period of showers and thunderstorms and then behind the front, temps would be in the 60ís and low 70ís, with dry weather and lower humidity. The models still differ some on the timing of the front. One idea calls for it to move through on Friday, while the other is Saturday. The bottom line is, it is still too far out in the forecast to be putting much faith into the exact ideas for that time frame. Hopefully by early next week, the confidence in the timing of events will be higher.

-John

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