Okay, maybe the Saints watched the LSU game last night … go ahead, control the game … but they can’t close the coffin. Result? Two ugly losses. Add in Tulane and we arrive at the Trifecta this weekend! But the sun will rise tomorrow and good teams learn from their defeats. But let’s go back in time, what this blog is about.
to the west of the front, it is a beautiful day with a bright sun. To the east of the front, it is summer, with lots of clouds and drizzle.
Looking at the temperatures, it’s hard to find it in front, as it’s in the 1980s in the back. But check out the dew points and you’ll see 40s and 50s in OK and TX while we’re stuck in the 70s.
Today we saw some sunshine, but the rains that formed caused heavy rain (1-2 “+). The weather cooled in the 70s with rain, but it is still a tropical feeling in the air.
As this weak front will falter on Tuesday, it will be less humid, but there will be no cooler air. We will have to wait until after the 15th to get our next real cold front.
As the tropical Atlantic closes, we look at development around October and November. As confirmed by the satellite views, there is nothing. Computer models show no evolution and normally, this week I would like the “Fat Lady” to sing. But since Zeta burned me last year, I’ll wait another 10-14 days before declaring that “the party is over”. Stay tuned!
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