Saturday, July 30th Weather Discussion

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MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) - A WEEK AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IS LOCATED OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN U.S. WHICH IS COMBINING WITH AFTERNOON HEART TO CAUSE POP UP STORMS IN THE AFTERNOON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.

ANOTHER ROUND OF STORMS WILL BREAK OUT AGAIN SUNDAY AFTERNOON WITH CHANCES AGAIN AT AROUND 50% OF GETTING RAINED ON AT YOUR HOUSE. WE ARE ALSO WATCHING THE TROPICS AS THEY HAVE BEEN HEATING UP. WE HAVE TWO TROPICAL WAVES WE ARE WATCHING IN THE ATLANTIC WHICH ARE BOTH MOVING IN OUR GENERAL DIRECTION.

AT THIS TIME, THERE IS A 30% CHANCE THE CLOSEST WAVE WILL BUILD INTO SOMETHING MORE LIKE A TROPICAL STORM AND IF IT DOES, IT WILL BE A COUPLE OF WEEKS AWAY.

A STATIONARY FRONT REMAINS OVER THE MID PART OF THE COUNTRY AS WE WILL MAINLY SEE CONVECTIVE STORMS POP UP DUE TO THE HEAT IN THE AFTERNOON HOURS. WE WILL SEE SLIGHTLY WARMER AND MORE HUMID CONDITIONS THROUGH WEDNESDAY WITH LOWER RAIN CHANCES ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.

TONIGHT, PARTLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS AROUND 73 DEGREES AND LIGHT SOUTHWEST WINDS.

SUNDAY, A 50% CHANCE OF STORMS MAINLY IN THE EARLY AFTERNOON HOURS, HIGHS AROUND 84.

MONDAY, A 30% CHANCE OF STORMS IN THE AFTERNOON, OTHERWISE, PARTLY SUNNY AND WARM WITH HIGHS AROUND 95.

THERE ARE NO BIG CHANGES IN THE WEATHER THIS WEEK. THE 90 DEGREE TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE.