Long Term Update

LONG TERM [Sunday through Thursday]...
Not much change from the previous fcst, with just a very minor cool
down back to climo levels on Sunday, before a building upper level
ridge takes a foothold across the eastern Gulf coast. This will
result in rising 500 dm heights and warming 850 mb temps, which
will translate into well above normal temps at the sfc from Mon
into Wed. High temps are expected to climb back into the middle
70s over the interior, before a cold front brings the next chance
of showers and storms to the region, along with another cool down
expected by the end of the week. Nevertheless, with the average
temperature at TLH now standing at 59.3 degrees (or 8.3 degrees
above normal, which would be also the 6th warmest Jan. of all time
if it ended today), there appears to be a strong likelihood of a
Top 10 all time finish (with #10 now at 56.9 degrees from Jan.
2006).


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