TDY: SHOWERS AND STORMS END, PARTLY SUNNY- – HUMID – MID 80S
TNTE: CLEAR – MID 60S
SAT: PARTLY SUNNY- HOT – MODERATELY HUMID – 90
SUN: CONTINUED PARTLY SUNNY – LITTLE LESS HUMID – MID 80S
WEATHER TRIVIA:1952 – THE START OF THE LONGEST JULY HEATWAVE IN THE EAST: 13 DAYS ABOVE 90F.
Barry has 50-55 mph winds but not very well organized. Track is across Louisiana but may not make hurricane status. Plenty of wind…rain…severe weather and surf. Below – model tracks followed by satellite & radar.
Below – animated maps into weekend followed by today’s threat of severe weather in green and yellow.
below – satellite map track a second tropical disturbance in south central Atlantic followed by snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.