Gray will be the color of the week. Showers, thunderstorms, and more clouds are expected.
Next 24 hours: The showers abate overnight, but the clouds remain stubborn. The lowest temperature he falls in the late 70’s. Like Monday, Tuesday will also be mostly cloudy. These clouds block sunlight, making it difficult for more severe showers and thunderstorms to occur. The rain should be light and spotty. The high temperature will stay in the mid 80’s.
next: A weakening front from the north will bring showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday. Some of these can bring temporary gusts of wind and heavy rain. The rest of the week will be mostly cloudy with occasional showers and thunderstorms and darker conditions. Due to the lack of sunshine, temperatures in the 80’s will be below average. Overnight lows are close to normal in his late 70s. Over the weekend, drier air is expected to seep into the area, parting clouds and a reduction in daily precipitation. It’s a little too early to tell if this dry air will pick up by Saturday or wait until Sunday. Attention Tigers & Jags fans! Click here for a detailed 7-day forecast.
Tropics: In the open North Atlantic, Hurricane Daniel is projected to weaken slowly over the course of the week. Maximum sustained winds were 85 mph as of 4 p.m. Monday, and the storm is expected to become a tropical storm by Thursday. Daniel is moving northeast at 9 mph and will accelerate in the same direction this week.
The Tropical Storm Earl, located 700 miles south of Bermuda, will soon gain strength. Maximum sustained winds were 65 mph as of 4 p.m. Monday, with hurricane strength expected by Wednesday. Earl is moving north at 6 mph and will pick up speed and move northeast by midweek. Heavy rains will cause isolated flash floods in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands tonight.
A tropical wave located southeast of the Cape Verde Islands continues to produce large areas of uncoordinated showers and thunderstorm activity. A region of cyclones is projected to form in this system in the next day or so, and environmental conditions will drive this system generally west-northwest or northwest, so a tropical cyclone could form by later this week. 50% chance of Over the eastern and central tropical Atlantic Ocean.
explanation: On Tuesday and Wednesday, the area will continue to experience southwesterly winds east of the low-pressure shortwave trough. In this stream, occasional disturbances combined with diurnal warming create enough lift to produce showers and embedded thunderstorms. Above-average atmospheric humidity does not eliminate the threat of heavy rains, but primarily cloudy to overcast skies may limit the warming needed to maximize this threat. I have. Mid-to-late week patterns will change in the upper reaches, but the weather we experience may not change much. All other things being equal, cloudy skies with occasional light to moderate rain are expected through Friday. Dark weather keeps temperatures below average, with highs generally recorded in the mid-eighties. A weak surface cyclone and front will push southeast on Saturday, with dry air enveloping the backside and potentially less rainfall in Louisiana and Mississippi. If a drier pattern emerges, a little more sun will bring afternoon temperatures closer to 90 degrees.
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