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June 15, 2024 1:03 PM CDT (18:03 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Huntsville AL 1123 AM CDT Sat Jun 15 2024


(Rest of Today)
Issued at 858 AM CDT Sat Jun 15 2024

A very hot day is forecast across the Tennessee Valley as we remain under the influence of strong area of high pressure. Ample sunshine and the heating that will occur with the long days of June will once again push high temperatures into the mid to perhaps upper 90s in most locations. The combination of these high temperatures and dewpoints in the mid/upper 60s will place peak heat index values in the 97 to 103 degree range this afternoon.
It's important for people that have outdoor plans today to be aware of the heat threat and plan accordingly.

(Tonight through Monday night)
Issued at 241 AM CDT Sat Jun 15 2024

The stagnant frontal boundary will then diminish tonight/into Sun, as a return flow pattern develops over much of the region. High pressure becoming layered over more of the Atlantic Basin will help usher moisture back into the area, along with a continuation of unseasonably warmer air. The upper ridge pattern will also drift more to the east for the second half of the weekend period, thereby helping to maintain unseasonably hot temps. Lows tonight look to fall into the lower 70s/near 70F, before temps rebound more into the mid/perhaps upper 90s later in the day Sun. With dew pts also around the 70F mark, max heat indices look to range between 100-105F for most spots, although the coverage of 105F heat indices Sun afternoon does not warrant a Heat Advisory at this time. With the increase in moisture coupled with SBCAPE values around 2-3K J/kg, a low end chc for showers/tstms (20%)
also looks to develop during the afternoon hrs Sun.

The upper ridge pattern will then become more centered across the southern Atlantic states Mon, allowing more of an active southerly flow pattern aloft to develop. With the sfc high to the east continuing to usher Gulf moisture back into the area, a low chc for showers/tstms (20-30%) will continue for the afternoon/early evening hrs Mon. While overall deep layer shear will be minimal both Sun/Mon, the pulse like nature of any convection may allow for a few stronger storms capable of gusty winds/brief heavy rainfall. Overnight lows both Sun/Mon nights look to remain in the lower 70s/near 70F, while afternoon highs Mon trend more in the lower 90s/near 90F, given the slight increase in cloud cover/rainfall.

(Tuesday through Friday)
Issued at 241 AM CDT Sat Jun 15 2024

Strong upper level high pressure on Tuesday should be situated over the Mid Atlantic with maximum heights around 594 decameters. It will build somewhat more to the NE, and amplify to near 600 decameters over the New York City region Wednesday, then weaken somewhat and build more southward in the latter portion of next week. Despite the presence of the upper ridge, deep moisture from the Gulf surging inland will keep more clouds than sun in the forecast on Tue/Wed. This moisture with precipitable water amounts nearing 2 inches across parts of NW Alabama will keep lower end chances of showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday. Despite the clouds and rain chances, rather warm and muggy conditions are forecast with highs rising to around 90, and heat index values into the mid/upper 90s.

The moisture surge should be suppressed more to our west late Wednesday into Thursday, thus back to dry conditions for the rest of the abbreviated work week. High temps on Juneteenth/Wednesday will warm into the lower 90s, and mid 90s Thursday and Friday. Heat index values on Wed should range in the lower 90s, and mid 90s for Thu/Fri.

(18Z TAFS)
Issued at 1123 AM CDT Sat Jun 15 2024

VFR conditions will prevail at both terminals through the period, with light winds and a mostly clear sky.


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