A slow-moving coupled, coupled with increasing Gulf moisture, will lead to scattered showers and thunderstorms across the plateau each day for the next several day. Activity should peak in the heat of the afternoons and gradually taper off into the evenings. Widespread severe weather is not expected, but any storm that develops could be strong.
This Week’s Hazards
Widespread severe weather is not expected, but any storm that develops could be locally strong, with deadly lightning, heavy rainfall, and gusty winds.
MM’s Wx Vlog
Friday – Tuesday: Scattered showers and storms, especially in the afternoons and evenings.
MM’s Severe Wx Concerns
Just be mindful that while widespread severe weather is not expected, any storm that develops could be intense.
SPC T-storm Outlook for Today
Only general t-storms are expected on the plateau today.
Severe Weather Safety Tips
HRRR Radar Model
This radar simulation begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.
Time is in 24 hour units, beginning at 5:00 a.m. today. Simply scroll to the right to see future hours.
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Drought info can be found at my link at https://meteorologistmark.com/drought-info/. That link also allows you to compare this week’s map with last week’s. The maps update each Thursday.
Drought conditions continue to worsen across the state and here on the plateau.
On This Day
1999- Lightning strikes Moss Florist in Mt. Juliet, destroying all contents inside the greenhouse.
1941 – Bulova Watch Co pays $9 for 1st ever network TV commercial.
The tropics remain active, with one area of low pressure continue to move up the Texas coastline. That disturbance will bring heavy rainfall to the coastal areas there today.
Another area of low pressure is being slow about developing but will move into Central America this weekend (red X).
Yet another area of low pressure (yellow-shaded region) will move into the Caribbean today. That system will encounter some hostile problems but still remains worth monitoring.
MM Classes for Kids
Registration for the MM kids classes in July is now open! Classes cap at 15 students. The topic for July’s classes is rockets!
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