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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High pressure nosing in will bring nice weather to much of the South for the next few days. Florida stays fairly active, though, and tropical moisture moving in plus possible Erika effects means Florida gets even wetter starting this weekend.
A string of quiet and pleasant days are coming for many. But, an influx of tropical moisture is coming to some areas this weekend and we have to watch a developing system in the Atlantic.
High pressure nosing into parts of the Southeast will lead to a nice weekend, while typical August heat reigns elsewhere with fairly typical afternoon thunderstorm coverage.
More soaking rains will affect parts of the South this week as a front moves into a soupy air mass. Meanwhile, we're following Danny move across the middle of the tropical Atlantic.
A front is about to move into a soupy air mass, resulting in thunderstorms. Some storms will be severe and some soaking rains may lead to flooding. There are critters to track in the tropics, too.
A front moving into an increasingly steamy air mass over the South will produce thunderstorms this week and likely some bad ones. We have items of interest in both Pacific and Atlantic basins, too.