June 3, 10:30 PM Weather Forecast Update

From some scattered rain & storms to eyes toward the western Gulf, followed by dry, warm time (then potentially active late month).

Posted: Jun 3, 2019 9:30 PM
Updated: Jun 4, 2019 2:39 PM

After lows 47-52 this morning, highs reached 72-80.

Clouds thicken tonight with a couple isolated showers/sprinkles Tuesday morning.  Clearing will follow.  After lows 55-64, highs will reach 81-85 with south-southwest winds 15-30 mph.

The humidity will be on the rise.

Scattered showers & storms are likely late Tuesday night to Wednesday morning before ending.  An isolated severe storm or two is possible.  Lows will run 64-68.  Rainfall coverage should peak at around 65%.

Sun will appear by midday Wednesday with warm, humid, breezy conditions.

Wednesday's highs should reach 82-86 with high humidity with sun/clouds.

Cumulus towers should build as tail end of morning storms' outflow boundary curves back into area & the boundary moves northward some on the strong southwest flow.

Meanwhile, cold front will be sinking southward.  Both will spark some scattered storms in the area.  They do not look really widespread at the moment, but about 45% coverage.

A few severe storms are possible Wednesday late afternoon-evening.  I would not be surprised to see the MARGINAL RISK line shifted northward some as some.  SLIGHT RISK may be shifted north just a hair, given current parameters seen.

Main threats are wind & large hail.

Rainfall will vary greatly over the area Wednesday morning to evening with totals ending up at trace-0.25" to as much as 1.10".

Tropical system will make landfall on the southeast Texas or southwest Louisiana Coast & will move northeastward.

It should bring clouds Thursday & Friday.  With front stalled just south of our area Thursday & then moving northward through area (in response to the tropical system), I went for 25% (or isolated) showers Thursday & a few late showers/t'showers Friday.

However, potential is there for Thursday & Friday to be COMPLETELY DRY if the system slows a hair.

Tropical system remnants will bring numerous scattered showers & storms to the area Saturday-Monday.  It looks muggy with lots of clouds, but a bit of sun poking through at times.  However, as soon as the sun appears, any heating will result in more scattered shower & storms development.

Highs will run 77-83 with dew points juicy at 68-73.  Lows will run 66-70

1-3" of rainfall is possible Saturday-Monday.

Drier pattern should follow & after below normal temperatures, they should rise above normal pretty quickly.

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