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Watching Rain Chances for Next Week

Going into next week, the upper levels of the atmosphere will be our main influence when it comes to weather. By Sunday and Monday, at the jet stream level, we’ll have 2 cut-off lows develop in the U.S. A cut-off low is an upper level low pressure center that’s simply separated from the jet stream. If an upper-level low is separated from the jet, the steering winds can’t really motivate it to move along in an orderly fashion. That means the low that will develop out in western parts o…

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T-Storm Chances Once Again for Saturday

With the stationary front still hanging around the area for Saturday, that will work with the heat and humidity in the afternoon to get some random pop-up t-storms going once again. We’re not expecting a lot (if any) of severe weather. We should deal with mainly strong t-storms for Saturday afternoon and early Saturday evening. Any threat for severe weather in the U.S. should be confined to the marginal threat outlined in parts of Arizona.