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The tropics are active in both the Atlantic and Pacific but the only threat to the U.S. is Julia, sitting near Charleston, SC. Meanwhile we will see fronts moving in that trigger storms and break the heat in some areas.
With fronts penetrating deeper into the South in the coming days, we'll see less heat and some opportunities for needed rain. There's plenty to follow in the tropics as well but no imminent threats except for some downpours.
With fronts penetrating deeper into the South in the coming days, we'll see less heat and some opportunities for needed rain. There's plenty to follow in the tropics as well but no imminent threats.
Moisture from the East Pacific system Newton will bring some downpours into parts of Texas and Oklahoma and a tropical wave will graze south Florida and the Keys as well, but most of the rest of the South will stay hot and dry until a front moves in this weekend.
For the first time in a while, we will be feeling the effects of an East Pacific storm in Texas and Oklahoma while high pressure keeps the Southeast hot and dry. A front will move in this weekend to deliver some cooler air. We'll have to keep an eye on critters in the tropics but there's nothing hype-worthy out there right now.
Hermine will keep lurking off the East Coast but the only damage will be to the beaches, eroded from pounding surf. For the most part, the Southeast looks just hot and dry the next several days. West of the Mississippi, a surge or perhaps two of tropical moisture coming in will give some areas a soaking in the coming days.