Here's the latest AFD from Houston/Galveston.... the bear watches have not yet verified... ...and "Ivan" is now an "upper level system".
What a nutty day...
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX 830 PM CDT SUN SEP 19 2004
.DISCUSSION... DRIER AIRMASS HAS FILTERED INTO ALL BUT FAR SW ZONES THIS EVENING. ONGOING FORECAST LOOKS GOOD WITH SLIGHTLY LOWER TEMPS OVERNIGHT THANKS TO THE DRIER AIRMASS.
CHANGE TO LOW HUMIDITIES WILL BE SHORT-LIVED AS EASTERLY WINDS BRING INCREASING MOISTURE TO THE AREA BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT. MOISTURE RETURN LOOKS SUFFICIENT FOR SOME ISOLATED CONVECTION TUESDAY...SO HAVE DECIDED TO ADD PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES AND LOW POPS TO THE GRIDS. COMBINATION OF WEAKENING UPPER HIGH AND MOISTURE INCREASE FROM THE EAST WILL ALLOW FOR COOLER DAYTIME HIGHS OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS. LATTER PART OF THE WEEK LOOKS WET AS UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM THE EAST. 35/43
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