With high pressure sitting over the Southeast and staying there for a while, there's not much to talk about except what will happen down the road. The exception is some thunderstorms in Oklahoma and parts of Texas over the next couple of days. Down the road, we may have both tropical troubles and with a bit of free time I mention the drought situation, or lack thereof, and what the rain outlook is for between now and the start of the next growing season.
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A front becoming stationary over the Southeast will divide nice weather for June from unpleasant heat and humidity. With a front comes storms for many.
With an upper ridge over the region, it's going to stay hot through next week. Some areas can hope for the heat to ease later next week.
Barry is headed toward the Mexican State of Veracruz. The primary concern is for excessive rainfall with not too much wind.
A fluctuating front will keep much of the Southeast unsettled over the next several days. After a stormy day tomorrow some nicer air will push into the Virginia and North Carolina.
An upper ridge will rebuild over the region this week, so the heat will be back on. However, eastern areas have an old front to cause a few cooling storms, and Tropical Depression Two will be going by to the south.
A new depression formed today but it looks as though it will remain too close to land to get very strong. There are a couple of other waves to track but I don't expect any other developments over the next several days.