Saturday, June 23, 2012

Daily Forecast for Sunday, June 24, 2012

A cold front will approach the region late Sunday and slowly crawl through our area on Monday. The Storm Prediction Center has given the region a 5 percent chance of observing severe weather within 25 miles of a point in the Day Two Outlook. The best time for thunderstorms on Sunday will be at night when we lose daytime heating. Therefore, while some gusty winds and hail is possible, the threat for severe weather currently does not appear too great.

Later in the upcoming week will be the approach of a warm front. This may lift through our region and bring a return to the hot and humid weather. Some showers or even a thunderstorm may occur with the warm air advection.

Tropical Storm Debby has developed in the Gulf of Mexico this afternoon. The spaghetti model plots show a variety of tracks. We will keep an eye on where the moisture eventually ends up.