Short Term Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

SHORT TERM (TONIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT)...
WEAK INSTABILITY ASSOCIATED WITH THE TROF WILL CREATE A SLIGHT
INCREASE IN POPS FOR EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE CWA TONIGHT. THIS TROF
WILL MOVE TO OUR SOUTH BY TOMORROW AFTERNOON...BUT WILL CREATE AN
EARLIER START TO CONVECTIVE ACTIVITY MOSTLY FOR SOUTHEASTERN
PORTIONS OF THE REGION. THE TROF...COMBINED WITH AN AFTERNOON TYPE 1
REGIME SEA BREEZE...WILL DEVELOP WIDESPREAD THUNDERSTORMS FOR THE
CWA...MAINLY FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN REGIONS. ONCE THE TROF
CONTINUES SOUTH...A STRENGTHENING BERMUDA HIGH WILL SHIFT OUR
LOWER-LEVEL FLOW FROM THE SOUTH AND CREATE A TYPICAL SEA BREEZE
STORM DEVELOPMENT DAY FOR FRIDAY. THIS WILL CREATE MORE OF A TYPE 7
REGIME AND MOST THUNDERSTORM DEVELOPMENT WILL BE CONCENTRATED IN
CENTRAL AND NORTHWESTERN PORTIONS OF THE CWA. MOST SEA BREEZE DRIVEN
STORMS WILL DISSIPATE BY MIDNIGHT. TYPICAL LAND BREEZE STORMS FOR
THE COASTAL WATERS ARE EXPECTED THURSDAY...FRIDAY...AND SATURDAY
MORNING AND WILL DISSIPATE A FEW HOURS AFTER SUNRISE.

HIGHS FOR THURSDAY WILL STILL BE QUITE WARM AND RISE TO THE MID 90S.
INCREASED MOISTURE AND HEATING WILL CREATE HEAT INDICES RANGING
FROM 100-105 DEGREES FOR THURSDAY. HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR FRIDAY ARE
EXPECTED TO NEAR CLIMATOLOGY AND ONLY RISE TO THE LOW 90S. LOWS WILL
BE IN THE MID 70S FOR INLAND REGIONS THURSDAY...AND SLIGHTLY COOL TO
THE LOW 70S BY FRIDAY. COASTAL CITIES WILL SEE LOWS IN THE UPPER
70S.


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