Long Term Discussion

By: NWS
By: NWS

LONG TERM...
(SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY) EVEN AFTER TROPICAL DEPRESSION
THREE (OR TROPICAL STORM) EXITS WELL TO OUR WEST...THERE IS
GROWING CONFIDENCE THAT THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK WILL BE MARKED
BY HIGHER POPS AS WELL...AS THE UPPER RIDGE AXIS SHIFTS SLIGHTLY
TO OUR EAST WHICH WILL ALLOW EVEN MORE DEEP LAYER TROPICAL
MOISTURE TO ADVECT NORTHWARD FROM THE EASTERN CARRI BEAN AND SE
GULF OF MEXICO INTO OUR REGION. THIS RIDGE IS THEN PROGGED TO
BUILD BACK WESTWARD TOWARDS THE END OF THE WEEK WHICH SHOULD
RESULT IN LOWER POPS BY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. AS FOR
TEMPERATURES...THE INCREASED CLOUD COVER AND RAIN CHANCES SHOULD
HELP MODERATE HIGH TEMPS SOMEWHAT (ESPECIALLY ON TUESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY)...BUT THE PERSISTENT PATTERN OF HOT AND HUMID
CONDITIONS APPEARS HERE TO STAY...WITH HIGHS AND LOWS CONTINUING
TO AVERAGE SEVERAL DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. DEWPOINTS WILL ALSO BE
VERY HIGH THROUGH THE PERIOD...WHICH WHEN COMBINED WITH THE HIGH
TEMPERATURES IN THE MID 90S...MAY LEAD TO HEAT INDICES AROUND 105
DEGREES OR GREATER FOR MUCH OF THE UPCOMING WEEK...WITH NO
DISTINCT END IN SIGHT.


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