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Stan Blazyk's Weather Forecast
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TUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY AND WARM TODAY WITH SCATTERED AFTERNOON THUNDERSHOWERS OVER INLAND AREAS.

PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY AND MILD TONIGHT

MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOT TOMORROW

MOSTLY SUNNY, BREEZY AND HOT ON THURSDAY

Partly to mostly cloudy, breezy and hot today. High temperatures will be near 90. Expect southerly winds at 10-15 mph, gusting to 20-mph.

Tonight, look for mostly cloudy skies, breezy conditions and mild temperatures. Overnight lows will in the low-80's. We should have southerly winds at 10-15 mph, gusting to 20-mph.

Tomorrow will bring mostly sunny skies and hot temperatures. Look for southerly winds at 10-15 mph. High temperatures will be near 90.

On Thursday, we should have sunny skies, breezy conditions and hot temperatures. Morning lows will be in the low-80's and afternoon highs will be near 90. Look for southerly winds at 10-15 mph, gusting to 20-mph.

SHORT TERM OUTLOOK:Partly to mostly cloudy skies and breezy conditions will continue through tomorrow with a slight chance of scattered afternoon showers over inland areas as heating destabilizes residual moisture left over from Barry.

NATIONAL OUTLOOK

The remnants of Barry are located over Missouri this morning, while high pressure continues over western North Carolina. To our west, a surface trough/wind shift line extends northward from Mexico to southeast Wyoming. Attached lows are found along this trough near El Paso and over eastern Colorado. Meanwhile, in the East, a frontal boundary extends south from Canada to Virginia and the adjacent Atlantic. High pressure is located behind this front south of Cape Cod. To our north, an active cold front is moving slowly south into the central Plains and Upper-Midwest with an attached low over northern Wyoming. A Pacific cold front extends southwestward from that low to northern Nevada. Finally, far to the west, isolated lows are located near Las Vegas, over central Washington state and in the Pacific west of Vancouver Island.

UPPER-LEVEL OUTLOOK

We are seeing a mostly zonal west to east flow with high pressure over most of the southern two-thirds of the U.S. Meanwhile, low pressure associated with Barry is centered over Missouri and Arkansas, while weak low pressure troughs are seen east of New England in the Atlantic and over the Pacific Northwest.

EXTENDED OUTLOOK: Rain chances will linger today over inland areas as daytime heating combines with residual moisture left over from Barry. Drier conditions will return by Wednesday as high pressure builds back into our area. Weak inverted troughs moving across the southern Gulf of Mexico early next week may bring another chance of showers to our area.

TROPICAL OUTLOOK

Tropical storm development is not expected at this time.

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