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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One front moving in is causing some rough weather in the Southeast today. Look for more big storms as another cool front moves in early next week, leading more unusual cool south.
High heat has a foothold west of the Mississippi but will struggle to surge east. Eventually, the heat will get beaten down even in much of Texas.
We're returning to more typical summertime weather with Texas hot and the Southeast steamy with spotty thunderstorms. The tropics remain quiet except for Wali's remains affecting Hawaii.
As the wet weather shifts east, the heat will build back west of the Mississippi again ... not that it won't warm back up in the Southeast, too. The tropics remain quiet except out by Hawaii.
The unusually nice weather in the Southeast won't last long. Meanwhile downpours will lead to flooding problems farther west the next few days.
It will get hot and steamy this weekend but we still expect to see cooler air arrive next week. The front leading the cooler air south will bring some areas active weather for several days.