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Texas 2000 Weather
|Forecast discussion, Sun., Aug. 27,
Conditions are very similar to first week of the experiment.
Light southerlies overnight except along parts of the immediate Gulf
coast. Winds will become very light during the morning and become
southeasterly during the early afternoon, with enhanced onshore flow
with the bay/gulf breeze onset around 11-12. Profiler data from this
morning show stronger southerly flow aloft, which will mix down
during the day. By afternoon, winds will be from the S-SE at 10-15
knots. Scattered low clouds will maximize in midmorning and late
afternoon will be clear. Thundershowers very unlikely. Highest ozone
levels will be just north and east of the ship channel in early
afternoon; just north of downtown in mid to late afternoon.
Max temperature upper 90s.
Quick Look at Tomorrow
No foreseeable change from today, with surface high pressure
holding strong over the area.
Same pattern holds for several days, pending tropical development
or motion of the large-scale upper-level ridge. Next significant
chance of precipitation appears to be Thursday.
Forecaster Karl Schulze