Dave Murray’s latest forecast and disco…Friday…the 13th!

Posted on: 4:17 pm, July 12, 2012, by , updated on: 06:44pm, July 12, 2012

The Latest Forecast from Fox 2 Chief Meteorologist Dave Murray:

FRIDAY:

PARTLY SUNNY…WARM..A FEW STRAY STORMS
WINDS: SOUTHEAST 5-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 93 DEGREES

FRIDAY NIGHT:

PARTLY CLOUDY AND MILD
WINDS: SOUTHEAST 5-10 M.P.H.
LOW: 70 DEGREES

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY:

PARTLY SUNNY…WARM TO HOT…MORE HUMID…WATCH FOR SOME SCATTERED STORMS
WINDS: SOUTH 5-15 M.P.H
HIGH: 93 DEGREES-SATURDAY
         96 DEGREES-SUNDAY

THE WEATHER DISCO:

The Latest U.S. Weather Map:

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WE WILL STAY IN-BETWEEN WEATHER SYSTEMS ON FRIDAY…A LARGE AND WET LOW PRESSURE TO OUR SOUTHEAST…CLOSE BUT NOT CLOSE ENOUGH AND A SLOW MOVING COOL FRONT TO OUR NORTHWEST…HOLDING IN THE PLAINS AND THE UPPER MID-WEST…SO MORE OF THE SAME ON FRIDAY…PARTLY SUNNY SKIES…WARM…AND A LITTLE MORE HUMID…BUT WE CAN DEAL…AND ONCE AGAIN WATCH FOR A FEW STRAY STORMS…MOST STAY DRY…BUT WHERE THEY POP…BREIF HEAVY RAIN AD LIGHTNING. THE WEEKEND…AT THE SURFACE THE WEAK COOL FRONT FROM THE NORTHWEST TRIES TO MOVE IN…A STRUGGLE AND WE DEAL WITH TWO HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEMS IN THE UPPER ATMSOPHERE TRYING TO TAKE CONTROL…THE BIG HEAT HIGH IN THE WEST AND BERMUDA HIGH FROM THE EAST…THE BERMUDA HIGH HAS NOT BEEN A PLAYER FOR US THIS SUMMER…BUT I LIKE IT THIS TIME AROUND…WHAT THAT MEANS..AS IT TAKES CONTROL…OUR TEMPS WILL GO UP…BUT SO WILL THE HUMIDITY AND THAT WILL LEAD TO SOME SCATTERED STORMS AT TIMES…THIS LOOKS DIFFERENT FORM THE BIG, DRY HEAT OF LAST WEEK…MORE LIKE TYPICAL ST. LOUIS IN THE SUMMER. PLUS…EYES ON A COOL FRONT THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK…IT WILL BE A BATTLE BUT SHOULD GET PRETTY CLOSE. ALSO LOOK FOR THE TROPICS TO START TO GET ACTIVE…MAKE SOME HOME BREW IN THE GULF AND FLROIDA AND THE AFRICAN STORM TRAIN IS COMING ALIVE…THAT COULD GET A NEW NAMED STORM GOING.