Short Term Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT)...IT SHOULD BE AN
INTERESTING FCST OVER THE SHORT TERM PERIOD...AS A COLD FRONT TO THE
NORTH WILL FINALLY PUT AT LEAST A TEMPORARY END TO OUR SEEMINGLY
ENDLESS STREAK OF AFTERNOON DEWPOINTS THAT WOULD REFUSE TO BUDGE
FROM THE OPPRESSIVE 75 TO 80 DEGREE RANGE. ALTHOUGH AFTERNOON HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL STILL REMAIN ON THE HOT SIDE (IN THE MID TO UPPER
90S)...DEWPOINTS SHOULD FINALLY MIX OUT INTO THE MID 60S TO THE
NORTH AND WEST...AND UPPER 60S TO LOWER 70S TO THE SOUTH AND EAST.
THIS WILL KEEP HEAT INDICES IN THE MORE MANAGEABLE (AND LESS
DANGEROUS) RANGE OF THE LOWER 100S ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. POPS
WILL ALSO BE A BIT CHALLENGING DURING THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS...BUT
SHOULD AT LEAST KEEP IN LINE WITH AN INCREASING GRADIENT FROM NW TO
SE...ESSENTIALLY WHERE THE COLD FRONT STALLS OUT AND DISSIPATES.
ALSO...SOME OF THE STORMS THAT DEVELOP COULD BE STRONG TOMORROW
AFTERNOON...AS LOW LEVEL LAPSE RATES COULD IMPROVE...ESPECIALLY OVER
THE SE FL BIG BEND WHERE MID LEVEL DRY AIR INTRUSION INTERACTS WITH
A FAIRLY POTENT SHORTWAVE AND STILL REASONABLY HIGH PWATS COMPARED
TO THE REMAINDER OF THE CWA.


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