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Storm System Still Expected to Bring Heavy Rainfall, Potential for Severe Weather this Weekend, Early Next Week

  A surface low has developed over Northern Mexico, and will push into extreme Southern Texas tomorrow. It will then track northeast, across the Mississippi River Valley, from Sunday night through early Tuesday. As it does so it will bring heavy rainfall, the potential for flash flooding, and the potential for… Continue reading

Severe Weather, Beneficial Rainfall Still Likely Across Gulf Coast Region Tomorrow Through Wednesday

Beneficial rainfall  is still anticipated across the Western and Central Gulf Coast tomorrow through Wednesday, with severe weather likely tomorrow and Tuesday.   Setup Not much has changed regarding the setup that will bring rain and severe weather to the Western and Central Gulf Coast early this week… A strong trough… Continue reading

Beneficial Rainfall, Severe Weather Likely Across Western, Central Gulf Coast Early Next Week

Beneficial rain is likely to return to the Gulf Coast Region this week. But unfortunately, the potential for severe weather will return too. A strong trough is expected to dig into the Southern Plains on Sunday and gradually lift out to the northeast, through the Mississippi River Valley and into the… Continue reading

Pattern Change Still Likely Mid to Late Week Next Week

A pattern change still appears likely across the Gulf Coast Region, and essentially the entire Eastern and Central United States, next week. The reliable ECMWF and its ensembles (EPS) have been forecasting, and continue to forecast, the large ridge of high  the ridge of high pressure that has been locked in… Continue reading

Pattern Change Likely Next Week

For the past month or two an expansive and persistent ridge of high pressure has been in place across much of the Gulf Coast Region (along with most of the country). Drought:  This ridge has caused below average rainfall and above average temperatures to occur across the Gulf Coast Region… Continue reading

Strong to Severe Storms Possible Across North MS and AL Tomorrow

There is a marginal risk of severe storms across Northern Mississippi and Alabama tomorrow, as strong to severe storms will be possible along and ahead of the cold front that will sweep across the Gulf Coast region tomorrow.  TIMING: A broken line of strong to severe storms, or multiple clusters… Continue reading

Significant Cool Down, Wet Weather Likely Across Gulf Coast Late Week

A significant cool down is likely across the Gulf Coast region late this week into this weekend; as a strong front, most likely the strongest one of the season thus far, will sweep across the Gulf Coast region Wednesday through Friday. TIMING: The front will sweep across Texas and Louisiana… Continue reading

Flooding event potential increasing for next week ; tropical development possible in Northeast Gulf of Mexico

Good early morning everyone, for the past couple of days, even as Hurricane Earl has been the main focus of forecasters and meteorologists across the Atlantic Basin, the models have been shifting attention to the potential for a new tropical system to form this early to mid next week, potentially… Continue reading

Latest Information on Soon To Be Hurricane Earl

Earl continues to spin in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean near Honduras at this time.  Current wind speeds are around 70 miles per hour so only 4 mph away from actually turning into Hurricane EARL, which could happen as early as the next 12 hours.   Hurricane Warnings are in… Continue reading

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