Monday, June 17, 2024

Staying Mostly Sunny with Seasonable Temperatures, Watching Tropics

(Forecast)

Tuesday (High 88, Low 71): Partly to mostly sunny. 

Juneteenth (High 87, Low 70): Partly to mostly sunny. 

Thursday (High 90, Low 69): Mostly sunny. 

(Extended Outlook)

Friday (High 92, Low 70): Sunny.

Saturday (High 94, Low 71): Sunny. 

Sunday (High 93, Low 72): Mostly sunny with a 20% chance of showers/thunderstorms. 

Monday (High 92, Low 71): Partly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers/thunderstorms. 

(Beach)

Tuesday (High 87, Low 78): Mostly cloudy and windy with a 30% chance of widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. High Surf Advisory. 

Wednesday (High 88, Low 78): Mostly cloudy and breezy with a 50% chance of numerous rounds of showers and thunderstorms. High Surf Advisory.

Thursday (High 88, Low 78): Partly cloudy and breezy with a 40% chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. High Surf Advisory. 

Friday through Monday (Highs ~87-90, Lows ~77-80): Partly cloudy with a 30% chance of widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. 

(Pronóstico)

Martes (Máxima 88, Mínima 71): Parcialmente a mayormente soleado.

Juneteenth (Máxima 87, Mínima 70): Parcialmente a mayormente soleado.

Jueves (Máxima 90, Mínima 69): Mayormente soleado.

(Perspectiva Extendida)

Viernes (Máxima 92, Mínima 70): Soleado.

Sábado (Máxima 94, Mínima 71): Soleado.

Domingo (Máxima 93, Mínima 72): Mayormente soleado con un 20 % de probabilidad de lluvias/tormentas eléctricas.

Lunes (Máxima 92, Mínima 71): Parcialmente nublado con un 20 % de probabilidad de lluvias/tormentas eléctricas.

(Playa)

Martes (Máxima 87, Mínima 78): Mayormente nublado y ventoso con un 30 % de probabilidad de lluvias y tormentas eléctricas ampliamente dispersas. Aviso de oleaje alto.

Miércoles (Máximo 88, Mínima 78): Mayormente nublado y ventoso con un 50% de probabilidad de numerosas rondas de lluvias y tormentas eléctricas. Aviso de oleaje alto.

Jueves (Máximo 88, Mínimo 78): Parcialmente nublado y ventoso con un 40 % de probabilidad de lluvias y tormentas eléctricas dispersas. Aviso de oleaje alto.

De Viernes a Lunes (Máximas ~87-90, Mínimas ~77-80): Parcialmente nublado con un 30 % de probabilidad de lluvias y tormentas eléctricas ampliamente dispersas.

It was a mostly sunny day in Cullman with a High of 88 and Low of 75, definitely another muggy one. 

The last forecast I posted was some of my sloppiest work ever, and I'm trying to correct it here. 




Our main weathermaker remains a high pressure system over the region. We are getting enough Gulf moisture for some showers and thunderstorms, mainly in Mississippi this evening, but some making it into Southern Middle Tennessee. 


Mainly some heavier rain was moving through Wayne and Hardin Counties. 

Just glancing around the country, notice they are having a heat wave in New England. And we aren't having it quite as bad, even though this weekend was kind of rough that way. 





Doesn't look like our pattern is changing much over the next two or three days. The big story will be if that tropical does form and how much it affects parts of Eastern Mexico and/or Texas. 

Around here tomorrow we'll have partly to mostly sunny skies and a High near 87-88, Low near 70 or so. 

Similar weather for Wednesday, Juneteenth, High in about 86-88 range, Low near 70. 

Then starting on Thursday, that high pressure ridge starts to expand again and bring us even drier air. Should see a High getting back to about 90, Low in upper 60's, mostly sunny skies. 



Friday and Saturday look sunny and dry for most of us. You can have an isolated shower or thunderstorm basically any summer day around here. But overall we are staying dry in this pattern. Highs near 90 or so, Lows near 70. 

Well actually after a second look, I think we may see mid-90's Saturday. 



And we may have a tropical disturbance from the East for Sunday and next Monday. Only enough evidence of this to introduce the basic 20% chance of isolated rain again. Highs in lower 90's, Lows in lower 70's. 



Eyes are on the tropics. The system in the SW Gulf of Mexico probably will become at least a tropical depression, maybe Tropical Storm Alberto, within the next couple days. The one in the Atlantic may bring us some rain by about Sunday but is unlikely to become a tropical cyclone. 



Here's a good look at the one moving toward the Eastern Mexican coast, could end up affecting the Southeast coast of Texas as well. Tropical Storm Watches are up in advance of it as it develops. 


It is likely to bring some gusty winds and heavy rains down that way, probably some places will have flooding issues. And with the mountainous terrain of Mexico, sometimes that can be a real problem, more than it is when we have flooding issues in Alabama. 

Up this way, we'll probably see a tenth of an inch of rain or less over the next seven days. 

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