Good Morning! Here’s my brief video forecast discussion.
TODAY: Yesterday we failed to reach 90. The high was 88 with .65” rainfall. Today will be similar. Upper 80’s to near 90. Scattered to numerous Random showers & thunderstorms today, most numerous in the afternoon & evening hours. Very little change from the last few days. Low tonight 72
Here’s a couple of Future Radar examples this evening…just to show you potential coverage this afternoon & this evening.
NEXT FEW DAYS: Not much change through Sunday. Highs mostly 89-92. Better than normal rain chance. Scattered Random showers & thunderstorms, most numerous in the afternoon & evening hours. Low 70’s at night. By 4th of July Monday…the number of storms will thin out a bit. Storms will become more widely separated Monday through Wednesday.
Upper Ridge of high pressure re-builds by the start of next week. Storms will be less numerous.
TROPICAL UPDATE: Besides Potential Tropical Cyclone Two (future Bonnie), there are two Area’s to Watch. Invest 95-L is done. It’s close to the Texas coast with drenching rain. The models are not very favorable for the Area to Watch in the tropical Atlantic. NHC now gives it a 10% chance of development.
PCT 2 is close to becoming Tropical Storm Bonnie. It is MUCH better organized. Air Force RECON wil determine if it is a Tropical Storm this morning.
A Hurricane Watch has been issued for portions of the Central American coast. It should survive the journey across Central America and become Darby in the Pacific.
BEACH OUTLOOK: Showers & storms will be scattered to numerous through Sunday. Storms will start to thin out a bit on the 4th of July. Gulf water temperature is 86. Moderate Rip Current Risk especially from Destin east to Panama City.
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