Late night forecast! Sorry for the delay in posting today. Life gets in the way sometimes. No more delays, let’s get to it!
At 1053PM, CT, Beaumont was reporting a temperature of 77 degrees with clear skies. Dew points are in the 70s, and flow is mostly on shore. There is bound to be some fog overnight and into tomorrow morning, however this has been a fairly persistent pattern, and most of the lower visibilities have been found inland in the morning, where temperatures aren’t buoyed by the Gulf.
Churning instability will continue over the Gulf of Mexico, with the majority of the associated rainfall lingering over Louisiana and points eastward. Still, with persistent instability and troughing through the Plains, some shower activity will be drawn into Beaumont tomorrow evening. Guidance is turning towards the development of a tropical storm in the Bay of Campeche. This will help the shower activity over the Gulf form more into a feeder band that will become more compact and well organized. While it’s unfortunate that the tropical season may be getting underway, the silver lining is that Beaumont will clear out and be quite pleasant on Wednesday.
Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy, chance of showers, High 86, Low 72
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, warm, High 89, Low 72
TWC: Tomorrow – PM T-Storms High 88, Low 71
Wednesday – Partly Cloudy High 90, Low 71
AW: Tomorrow – Times of clouds and sun with a thunderstorm High 88, Low 73
Wednesday – Partly sunny High 90, Low 72
NWS: Tomorrow – A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1pm. Partly sunny, High 87, Low 73
Wednesday – Mostly sunny, High 89, Low 73
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy. A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. High 86, Low 73
Wednesday – Partly cloudy. High 87, Low 73
WN: Tomorrow – Partly Cloudy with Isolated Storms High 88, Low 73
Wednesday – Partly Cloudy High 88, Low 73