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Stan Blazyk's Weather Forecast
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2018

PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOT TODAY WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF ISOLATED THUNDERSHOWERS

PARTLY CLOUDY, BREEZY AND MILD TONIGHT

PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOT TOMORROW WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF ISOLATED THUNDERSHOWERS

MOSTLY SUNNY AND HOT ON THURSDAY

Partly cloudy to mostly sunny and hot today with a 20% chance of isolated thundershowers. High temperatures will be in the low-90's. Expect southwest winds at 5-10 mph.

Partly cloudy, breezy and mild tonight. Morning lows will be in the low-80's. Look for southerly winds at 10-15 mph.

Tomorrow should bring partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies and hot temperatures with a 20% chance of isolated thundershowers. Highs will be in the low-90's. Expect west winds at 5-10 mph, becoming variable in the afternoon hours. On Thursday, look for mostly sunny skies and hot temperatures. Morning lows will be in the low-80's and afternoon highs will be in the low-90's. Expect westerly winds at 5-10 mph, becoming southeast later in the day.

SHORT-TERM OUTLOOK:

Partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies will prevail through tomorrow hot temperatures and only a slight chance of thundershowers as a weak cold front dips into Southeast Texas and a low pressure trough moves to the east across the Plains.

NATIONAL OUTLOOK:

This morning, a slow-moving cold front extends southeastward from New Mexico to northern Mexico and then northeastward across South Central Texas and East Texas to Arkansas and the Mississippi River region to an attached low over northern Missouri. High pressure is found behind this front over the Texas Panhandle and western Colorado. Meanwhile, a warm front continues eastward from the low in Missouri across the southern Great Lakes, Midwest, and Virginia to the adjacent Atlantic. In the West, stationary frontal boundary persists from Colorado northwestward to British Columbia. Scattered areas of low and high pressure continue over much of the West.

At the Upper-Levels, a high pressure ridge is centered over Arizona and New Mexico. High pressure also persists over Florida and the Southeastern U.S. Meanwhile, an upper-level low and associated trough is sliding east across the eastern Plains to the Mississippi River region. A second low pressure trough is digging west-southwest from Montana and Idaho to Northern California and the Pacific.

EXTENDED OUTLOOK:

A typical summer pattern will prevail through tomorrow as a cold front dips into Texas before stalling near the Texas coast as the low pressure trough continues moving east. This, combined with day time heating, will keep a slight chance of rain in our picture through tomorrow. We will trend back to a drier, hotter pattern for Thursday and Friday as high pressure re-asserts itself with an influx of slightly deeper moisture by late Saturday or Sunday bringing back a slight chance of isolated thundershowers.

TROPICAL OUTLOOK:Tropical Storm development is not likely at this time.

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