Another change to the upper-level pattern change is on the way.
Mid to late week next week, a cut-off low is likely going to develop over the Southern Plains. This should lead to increased/above average precipitation — particularly for Texas and Louisiana — through at least the mid month.
The above average precipitation will promote average to below average temperatures, which should stick around until the middle of the month as well.
Unfortunately, it does appear much of Florida and far South Texas will once again be left with above average temperatures. However, some wetter weather should manage to get down below the I-10 corridor in South Texas this time.
The latest 6 – 10 day temperature outlook from the Climate Prediction Center (see figure 21) and GEPS output support this (see figure 2).
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