Forecast Discussions mentioning any of "HRRR" "RAP" "RUC13" "RUC" "RR" received at GSD on 06/28/21

Area Forecast Discussion...UPDATED
National Weather Service Amarillo TX
630 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 .AVIATION... The best chance of a thunderstorm looks to be at the AMA TAF site, so have inserted a tempo group there at the start of this forecast. Otherwise confidence is low on a thunderstorm affecting any one TAF site through this forecast. Winds will remain around 10 knots or less. Skies are expected to remain VFR, except in thunderstorms. Some MVFR cigs may try to make a run at the AMA TAF site late in this forecast, but confidence is low, so have left it out of the forecast for now. && .PREV DISCUSSION... /Issued 150 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021/ SHORT TERM... Highlights: * Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms * Flood/flash flooding concerns - Especially south and southeast TX Panhandle * Well below normal temperatures Further Details: An upper trough is noted over the central CONUS, and will remain here through the short term thanks in part to a large 595-597 decameter high over the Atlantic states. The ridge of high pressure is--to at least some degree--blocking the progression of the trough, and allowing for continued Gulf Moisture to advect into the Southern Plains. The position of the trough axis will allow for numerous perturbation to round the base and clip the Panhandles with several vorticity maxima. The RAP seems to be handling the current state of the forecast the best, albeit there are still some initialization errors noted, yet leaned on the RAP favorably for the short term. Our first of several vorticity max is noted in mid level water vapor just to the southwest of the Panhandles over eastern New Mexico. This energy is already kicking off showers and thunderstorms. Several pieces of energy will likely round the base of the H5 trough today/tonight making for scattered to numerous storms across the area. Instability is very weak today given the weak lapse rates, and there is little to no effective shear, so severe weather seems very unlikely today. Flash flood guidance is only around 1.50"-2.50" over a 3 hour time frame across nearly every county in the Flood Watch. There are of course pockets of higher amounts, but given the fact these amounts are attainable today/tonight with training/propagating storms and slow storm motion, the flood watch has been extended through 7 am Monday morning. This may very well need an extension as guidance continues to show scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms through at least parts of tomorrow afternoon. Guerrero LONG TERM...Tuesday through Saturday... The extended forecast continues to favor below average high temperatures and daily chances for showers and thunderstorms, some of which could produce heavy rain. These conditions have been promoted by an omega block with a robust 595dm H5 high over the northwest CONUS, upstream from a positive tilt trough axis stretching from Ontario down through NM. These combined with a subtropical high over the eastern CONUS has helped steer mid and upper level moisture over portions of the southern plains, including the Panhandle region. The overall synoptic pattern will dampen some as the ridge/trough slowly move east through the week, yet plentiful moisture will remain intact for the Panhandle area keeping temperatures down and rain chances up. The latest GEFS/EC members support the idea of increasing PWATs Tuesday through Thursday as forecast soundings take on a very tropical appearance (e.g. pseudo-adiabatic lapse rates, low/skinny CAPE, very moist throughout the profile). Ensemble means suggest PWATs will be around 150% of normal, well above the 90th percentile range and possibly approaching daily max values, especially on Tuesday and Wednesday. Does this mean it will rain cats and dogs? Not necessarily, because lift for thunderstorm development is also required along with instability. There are differences with how much instability will be available, but general consensus is that CAPE should remain below 1000 J/kg each day (NAM profiles do approach 1000 J/kg). Lift is the bigger question with shortwave perturbations being hard to detect this far out in such weak flow aloft. It does seem like convective temperatures will be reached and a least there won`t be any days with much subsidence, so isolated to scattered storms should pop up each afternoon. With mean flow being weak, storms will be slow movers and of pulse nature due to lacking shear. Overall, the flood/flash flood threat will remain as any storms should be efficient precipitation producers, with overall coverage of storms being the main limiting factor. Southwest flow aloft finally becomes more northwesterly going into late week and next weekend as high pressure builds more over the Desert Southwest wind troughing over the upper midwest. A cold front is possible around Friday which could help provide additional lift for storm activity. Storm chances and cooler than normal conditions will continue through the 4th of July weekend. Ward && .AMA Watches/Warnings/Advisories... TX...Flood Watch through Monday morning for the following zones: Armstrong...Carson...Collingsworth...Deaf Smith...Donley... Gray...Hemphill...Lipscomb...Palo Duro Canyon...Potter... Randall...Roberts...Wheeler. OK...None. && $$ 15/77
National Weather Service Kansas City/Pleasant Hill MO
626 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 .Discussion... Issued at 249 PM CDT SUN JUN 27 2021 Key Messages... - Around 9 to 10 PM, expecting scattered thunderstorms to develop across portions of eastern Kansas and Western Missouri. This activity will slowly move east through the early morning hours. - Greatest shower and thunderstorm chances will reside along and south of the Missouri River. - Additional Rainfall tonight into Tuesday will be up to a half inch north of the Missouri River and between a half inch and two inches south of the Missouri River. Isolated locally higher amounts are possible with the strongest showers and storms. Detailed Discussion... As discussed yesterday, a very weak boundary has continued to linger from southeast Kansas into central Missouri and this afternoon, was slowly begun to lift back north ahead of the slow evolving upper trough to the northwest over the Plains. 850mb analysis reveals decent dew point axis laid southwest to northeast across the region. Along this axis, supportive isentropic ascent will provide focus for showers and thunderstorms as the upper trough begins to advance east this evening. Depending on your flavor of CAM, the HRRR has been rather consistent, convection is expected to develop along this pre-trough axis. 700mb jet should aid as well, reaching 20 to 25kts out of the southwest. Forecast soundings reveal skinny cape profiles, but enough MLCAPE to support isolated to scattered thunder. Generally severe concerns are limited with highly isolated heavy rain the greater concern. Pwats are forecast north of 1.75 inches, with some guidance easily breaching 2.00 inches. Similar to showers yesterday, the atmosphere presented is basically tropical. Any shower or isolated thunderstorm could quickly put down a half inch to an inch of rainfall. As mentioned at the top, timing is generally 9 to 10 PM, with the best chances along and south of the River and the greatest rainfall amounts forecast south of the Missouri River. Precipitation chances will carry into Monday, with rain and showers persisting as a blocking pattern keeps the region under broad ascent with ample moisture return feeding into the area. Greatest rainfall amounts will remain focused across the Ozarks into southeastern Kansas and central Missouri. An additional inch or so of widespread rain is forecast south of the Missouri River through Tuesday. Latest guidance suggests daily rainfall chances through at least Thursday given the stalled pattern. The good news is, mid-range solutions are more consistent, with an actual front clearing the region on Friday. && .Aviation...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Monday Evening) Issued at 623 PM CDT SUN JUN 27 2021 With rain clearing the area expect quiet conditions for the next several hours. Overnight, shower and thunderstorms activity will become possible again. Activity will be scattered in nature so confidence in impacts to the terminals is low so sticking with VCTS through that period. By morning expect gradual decrease of shower/storm activity, however a few hours of MVFR ceilings look likely through late morning. && .EAX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... KS...NONE. MO...NONE. && $$ Discussion...Kurtz Aviation...HB
National Weather Service Eureka CA
249 PM PDT Sun Jun 27 2021 .SYNOPSIS...An exceptionally strong dome of high pressure will persist over much of the western United States through next week, resulting in dry weather with hot interior temperatures. Coastal areas will remain seasonably cool with persistent marine layer clouds and only partial afternoon sun. && .DISCUSSION...Stratus bolstered by a shallow marine layer and near shore eddies has blanketed most of the coast early this afternoon. A midlevel low pressure system is evident in water vapor imagery slowly moving up the ridiculously high ridge over the Pacific Northwest. This low has shifted winds to a southerly direction along much of the coast and has helped slightly deepen the marine layer. As promised, interior areas have rapidly warmed throughout the day. Most parts of the interior are trending a few degrees warmer than yesterday, particularly in Trinity county. Even along the northern coast, thinner marine clouds and weak southerly winds have allowed warming of a few degrees above yesterday. The exception to this warming trend lies in some areas of Mendocino county along the Russian River and the coast where the same southerly winds warming Humboldt Bay have allowed the marine layer to weakly intrude. Thankfully, dry and clear conditions will allow temperatures to drop back into the upper 60`s tonight for most interior locations and even lower in coastal Mendocino county where marine intrusion continues. Sporadic clearing will continue along the coast this evening before marine clouds invariably march back on shore early tonight. The upper level ridge will persist through early this week. The low moving along the ridge will allow temperatures on Monday and Tuesday to ease slightly for the interior. The low may also mix the marine layer enough to actually warm the immediate coast with high temperatures expected to increase slightly into the upper 60`s for Humboldt Bay. As a parting gift, interior temperatures and coastal clouds will likely increase again on Wednesday before finally starting to ease later in the week as the ridge is forced east. Warm temperatures on Wednesday may justify extending the interior heat advisory an extra day as more model guidance comes in tonight and tomorrow. After the ridge, seasonable, stagnate July weather is expected to persist with clouds along the coast and sunny warm afternoons for the interior. Beyond the heat, some models currently show southeasterly flow bringing midlevel moisture and the possibility of isolated convection over northern and eastern Trinity county late next week into the weekend. Current model guidance is highly uncertain, however, so further refinement will be needed as high resolution models become available. /JHW && .AVIATION...The marine layer became a bit more shallow late last night. In addition, some low-level southeasterly (downslope) flow developed. This improved visibilities before daybreak and confined stratus to a thinner layer just above the surface. The stratus field over the coastal waters has decreased in coverage over our N outer coastal waters. Most of the stratus has pulled back to the coast due to strong daytime heating over land. However, eddies continue to pump clouds into portions of the North Coast, particularly near and S of KCEC, from Patrick`s Point to Cape Mendocino, and along the N 2/3 of the Mendocino coast. In addition, cumulus clouds are developing across portions of the interior mountains. Expect clouds along the coast to once again push inland this evening. The marine layer has show signs of slow deepening during the past few hours per ACV and Bodega Bay profilers, and this trend may continue tonight as a Pacific low edges a bit closer to the coast as it shifts slowly NE. However, there are indications that some weak downsloping flow may redevelop overnight. This adds some uncertainty to the ceiling height and visibility forecast. However, expect that IFR ceilings and/or visibilities will persist for much of the night. Stratus may make a bit more progress toward KUKI late tonight, both from the W as the marine layer deepens a bit and up the Russian River Valley as light S flow develops. HRRR guidance still doesn`t show enough moisture reaching the terminal to warrant a ceiling, but this will need to be monitored closely overnight. /SEC && .MARINE...Light winds will continue across the coastal waters tonight, with S flow increasing a bit on Monday as a surface low deepens off the OR coast. Northerly winds will increase to advisory- level across the outer waters S of Cape Mendocino by Tuesday, and these winds will expand to cover all of the outer waters by Wednesday. The thermal trough over land will pivot closer to the coast S of Cape Mendocino by late Thursday, which will shift the strongest gradient winds farther offshore in that area. In addition to the more local, short period wind waves, a mid-period WNW swell and a long period SSW swell will persist through the forecast period. The mid-period swell is forecast to build a bit by mid-week. /SEC && .FIRE WEATHER...While temperatures in most locations will take a slight step back Monday and Tuesday, it will generally remain persistently hot through next weekend. That will help to further dry area vegetation and fuels. Peak minimum afternoon humidity will likely be in the teens for interior valleys of Lake, Trinity, and northeast Mendocino right through the end of the week. Humidity recoveries will remain fairly good through most lower slopes and valleys, especially toward the coast. Locally poor recoveries will be found in the higher elevations of Mendocino National Forest, the Trinity Alps, and toward Siskiyou County. Light pressure gradients will keep ambient winds mainly light most of the week, allowing terrain driven influences to dominate. There will probably be a threat of isolated mountain thunderstorms toward the end of the week. Current model runs have some midlevel monsoon moisture entering the area, leading to a slight risk of thunderstorms near the Trinity Alps in particular around Friday afternoon and possibly into the weekend. Model guidance has not given us a strong or consistent signal yet though, and even seemed to pull back probabilities today. Exact location and timing of any possible convection will have to be refined early this week as the period enters the purview of high resolution models. /AAD /JHW && .EKA WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... CA...Excessive Heat Warning until 9 PM PDT this evening for CAZ108- 111-114-115. Heat Advisory from 9 PM this evening to 9 PM PDT Tuesday for CAZ108-111-114-115. Heat Advisory until 9 PM PDT this evening for CAZ105-110-113. Excessive Heat Warning until 9 PM PDT Tuesday for CAZ107. NORTHWEST CALIFORNIA COASTAL WATERS...None. && $$ Visit us at Follow us on Facebook and Twitter at: For forecast zone information see the forecast zone map online:
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Wichita KS
917 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 .UPDATE... Issued at 916 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 Low level moisture remains high for areas southeast of the KS Turnpike, with precipitable water values still hovering around 170 to 200 percent of normal. As the overnight progresses, latest RAP shows low level moisture transport in eastern OK, shifting due north into SE KS and SW MO after midnight. Most of this moisture transport will be shunted to the east of the forecast area into SW MO, but back edge of this increased low level moisture will lead to a redevelopment of showers and storms over SE KS after midnight. Could see some of this activity "train" over extreme SE KS through early Mon morning, which may lead to some renewed flooding threats. Given the high precipitable water values, some of the showers and thunderstorms may lead to very efficient rainfall producers and with pockets of heavy rainfall, that may produce flooding. So will keep the flood watch going over extreme SE KS for now, as this area, is the most likely too see the increased shower activity. Not sure how far back to the west of this moisture transport showers and thunderstorms will develop, but think for now most of the shower activity will stay well to the east of Wichita. Ketcham && .SHORT TERM...(This evening through Wednesday night) Issued at 239 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 A mid/upper trough remains anchored across the central CONUS while an anomalous mid/upper ridge was situated across the Northern Intermountain region and Pacific Northwest. The mid/upper trough impacting the central CONUS is progged to move very little through Monday before gradually shearing eastward on Tue. Meanwhile, weak flow around the Mid-Atlantic mid/upper ridge is keeping deep moisture entrenched across the southeast portions of the Central Plains region where 2 inch PWATs have remained consistent. Timing the various rounds of showers and thunderstorms, some of which will produce locally heavy rain will remain a challenge as we move into the work-week. For tonight and Monday, we continue to see some support for showers and storms, especially along and east of the Kansas Turnpike within the PWAT axis and where some weak low level moisture transport is progged to linger into the overnight hours. We remain weakly capped on Monday as the PWAT axis expands westward slightly which may support more afternoon coverage on Monday when compared to the past couple of days. With clouds and precipitation, temperatures will remain well below normal for late June with highs mostly in the lower 80s. Tue-Wed...The persistent mid/upper trough is progged to finally shear eastward, however little change is expected in the overall pattern which will continue to be supportive of diurnally driven showers and thunderstorms as we remain within a moist pbl and weakly capped airmass through the period. Temperatures will also respond similarly with below normal values lingering through the period. Pockets of heavy rainfall will remain possible as we remain within the higher PWAT axis. .LONG TERM...(Thursday through Sunday) Issued at 239 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 Some drier air is progged to gradually build south across the area late Thu into Fri allowing the airmass to finally dry out. Temperatures may slowly moderate into the weekend while remaining below normal for early July. && .AVIATION...(For the 00Z TAFS through 00Z Monday evening) Issued at 657 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 Lots of low level moisture continues to linger across most of the southern KS at this time, as pattern remains stagnant. As the late evening progresses, latest short range model solutions suggest that low level moisture transport and potential convective activity will increase across SE KS, potentially affecting the KCNU and possibly the KICT taf sites after 06-09z. Think areas SE of the KS Turnpike have the greatest chance of seeing renewed nocturnal SHRA/TSRA, but uncertain how far back west the moisture transport will push back possibly into KICT. So will go with a VCTS for the KICT taf and prevailing SHRA/VCTS for the KCNU taf where the convection looks more likely. MVFR and some IFR cigs will be likely under the showers and storms impacting KCNU into the late night and early morning hours on Mon. Ketcham && .PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS... Wichita-KICT 68 83 67 81 / 20 60 50 60 Hutchinson 65 84 66 83 / 10 50 40 50 Newton 66 82 66 81 / 10 50 50 60 ElDorado 67 80 67 80 / 40 60 50 70 Winfield-KWLD 66 80 67 81 / 40 80 60 70 Russell 62 84 65 84 / 10 40 20 20 Great Bend 62 83 63 83 / 10 40 30 30 Salina 64 85 65 86 / 10 40 40 40 McPherson 64 84 65 83 / 10 50 40 40 Coffeyville 68 83 68 83 / 60 90 70 80 Chanute 69 81 68 81 / 60 90 70 80 Iola 66 80 68 81 / 60 90 70 80 Parsons-KPPF 68 83 68 82 / 60 90 70 80 && .ICT WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... Flood Watch until 7 AM CDT Monday for KSZ096-099-100. && $$ UPDATE...Ketcham SHORT TERM...McGuire LONG TERM...McGuire AVIATION...Ketcham
Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service New Orleans LA
1004 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021 .UPDATE...The 00Z sounding indicated a fair degree of stability in the mid-levels with lapse rates of 5.5C/km between 850 and 500mb. These weaker lapse rates were driven by some drier air advecting into the region around 500mb. Temperatures warmed aloft in response and lapse rates declined. This also reduced precipitable water values down to a more seasonable range of 1.8 inches. With the main driver of convective activity earlier today, solar insolation, coming to an end those weak mid- level lapse rates are now showing their hand. Convective activity has completely collapsed over much of the forecast area in the last two hours with only the warmer coastal waters maintaining any shower and thunderstorm activity this evening. Given the weak instability in place for the overnight hours, have significantly lower POP to 20 percent or less for most of the land based forecast area. Only the extreme coastal areas of Southeast Louisiana should a scattered shower or storm through daybreak from any coastal showers that manage to move briefly over land before dissipating. Taking into account the influence of the ridging aloft building over the area and the prospect of lower precipitable water values than the forecast models indicate, have also lowered POP values a bit for tomorrow with only chance POP along and east of the Pearl River and likely POP for most of the remainder of the forecast area. Categorical POP of 75 percent and higher should be confined more toward the Atchafalaya Basin. PG && .PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 658 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021/ EVENING UPDATE...Adjusted temperatures down a few degrees in most locations for the next couple of hours to better reflect observed values and to better fit the diurnal curve this evening. Temperatures have cooled into the upper 70s and lower 80s in most areas, and the previous forecast had temperatures in the middle 80s. The overnight lows were not adjusted, so this was only a very minor update to the ongoing forecast package. Widely scattered convection will continue to push in from the Gulf through the overnight hours on the eastern side of an upper level low currently moving into coastal Texas. This convective risk is well reflected in the current forecast POP values. PG AVIATION (00Z TAF DISCUSSION)...Scattered thunderstorm activity will be the primary concern through the entire forecast period at the majority of the terminals. These thunderstorms will be hit or miss at the terminals, and is best reflected with VCTS wording. There will be a risk of showers, and have this as a prevailing group with MVFR visibilities of 3 to 5 miles at the majority of the terminals from 15z onward. If a heavier shower or a thunderstorm does impact a terminal directly, brief periods of IFR visibilities and gusty winds of 20 to 30 knots could occur. These impacts will typically be less than 30 minutes in duration. Additionally, a period of IFR or lower ceilings is once again possible at KMCB around sunrise. These ceilings should clear by 15z as increased boundary layer mixing takes hold. PG PREV DISCUSSION... /issued 356 PM CDT Sun Jun 27 2021/ SHORT TERM (This evening through Wednesday)... Starting off with early this evening, progressive SE Gulf return flow remains situated across the northern Gulf coast, generally along the northeastern periphery of a weak tropical wave in the northwest Gulf. Latest RAP mesoanalysis illustrates a long fetch of 2.0"+ PW feeding into SE LA, with spotty showers and a few storms all across the area. Fortunately, quicker mean storm flow (~20kt) and mean storm layer wind direction (139/towards the NW) offset just enough from the mean boundary motion (generally NNW) helped these disorganized bands to propagate enough to reduce the widespread flooding risk, regardless of anomalously high atmospheric moisture content. Look for most of this activity to steadily diminish going into later this evening/early tonight as we lose supportive diurnal instability. However, latest HREF members suggest some potential at isolated showers to persist, especially near coastal locations and perhaps an increase in coverage possible early Monday morning beginning before daybreak to mid- morning - similar to what we saw today. Taking a closer look at model soundings valid for early Monday morning, compared to observed KLIX 12Z RAOB (modified) shows very little, if any distinguishable differences in the vertical thermal and wind profile. Generally speaking, expect a similar day on Monday with convection ongoing early in the morning, becoming more widespread through the mid/late morning and into the afternoon hours. HREF 6hr ensemble mean is coming in slightly less in QPF compared to today - an indication that convection may be just a slight bit less than what was saw today, but will still monitor for the same threats including intense locally heavy rain rates, gusty winds in any bands along outflow dominant boundaries (20-30mph) and a few weak tropical funnel clouds/waterspouts. Beyond Monday, nothing changes significantly in the synoptic flow aloft other than just slightly lower total column PW (1.5-1.8") due to some drying in the mid to upper-levels. This could limit coverage a bit more going into Tuesday, but will maintain 40-60% coverage. One thing to note regardless of slightly less coverage is that the vertical wind profile does relax a bit more, leading to slower 0-6km storm motion (4-6kts). Would have to still monitor for locally heavy rainfall leading to isolated flash flooding in any slow-moving or training convection. Also during this time frame, focus will be on a westward moving tropical wave approaching the NE Florida/SE Georgia coastline. Not currently anticipating any direct impacts to our area from this system, as what is left of the circulation and attendant lift remains more towards or north or east, but will keep an eye on it. Meanwhile, going into mid-week on Wednesday, ridging that was once anchored across the mid-Atlantic decays in response to deep positive-tilted troughing digging into the Great Lakes/New England area. This will reduce steering currents once again in another stagnant environment. Noticing some model solutions tying to spin up a weak mid-level low in the northeastern Gulf, but never really gets its act together before this trough axis digs deep enough south into the northeast to absorb the system along progressive WSW to ENE flow aloft. However for us, much of the same can be expected locally with another round of spotty, slow moving showers and storms. Will need to continue to watch for locally heavy rainfall as well but overall impacts remain limited for now. KLG LONG TERM (Thursday through Sunday)... Going into Thursday, subtle 588dm ridging temporarily builds into the deep south and extends east into the northern Gulf, owing to subtle height rises. This may help to lower rain chances a tad and keep any spotty shower/storm chances confined to mainly the afternoon hours from peak heating. It`ll be Friday going into the weekend where the next cold front teases us by approaching us from the north, but washes out and slows down as a stationary front somewhere near or across the northern Gulf coast. This may be yet another window of widespread heavy rainfall - leading to some level of flash flooding risk Friday through Sunday (possibly beyond). Something to keep an eye on for now and will dive deeper into details getting closer into the middle parts of the upcoming week. KLG AVIATION (18Z TAF DISCUSSION)... Spotty showers and a few isolated thunderstorms will persist across all area terminals this afternoon. Expect brief periods of MVFR and IFR in any of these showers or storms due to reduced VIS and lower CIG`s. Additionally, cant rule out some gusty downdraft winds at the surface in excess of 20-30kts in any stronger storm. Outside of this activity, flight categories will range from VFR to MVFR. Beyond late this afternoon/evening, most of this activity will diminish but additional development may be possible tonight and into early Monday morning with similar threats expected for all area terminals. KLG MARINE... Persistent southeasterly onshore flow continues across all marine zones this evening, with nearshore showers and storms expected to diminish after sunset. More activity is likely to re-develop early Monday morning, with the main threats in any stronger storm being gusty winds >34kts and a few waterspouts. This active weather pattern will continue into the day on Tuesday and Wednesday, perhaps in slightly less overall coverage. Waves/seas remain slightly elevated tonight and into late Monday due to the southeasterly fetch (3-5ft primarily for offshore zones) but will diminish by mid to late week as wind flow and pressure gradients relax with no additional hazardous weather expected at this time. KLG && .PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS... MCB 72 89 71 90 / 20 50 20 30 BTR 73 88 72 89 / 30 70 30 50 ASD 74 89 73 89 / 40 50 30 50 MSY 77 89 77 90 / 50 60 40 60 GPT 76 88 74 88 / 40 40 20 40 PQL 74 88 73 89 / 30 30 20 40 && .LIX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES... LA...None. GM...None. MS...Coastal Flood Advisory until 7 PM CDT Monday for MSZ080. GM...None. && $$