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Weekly Weather Briefing 09/06/2012 www.srh.noaa.gov/shv/briefing. Michael Berry Senior Meteorologist. National Weather Service Shreveport, Louisiana. Overview. Today through Friday Hot conditions continue with near record temperatures. Heat Advisory continues Today and likely into Friday.

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Weekly Weather Briefing09/06/2012www.srh.noaa.gov/shv/briefing

Michael Berry

Senior Meteorologist

National Weather Service Shreveport, Louisiana


Overview

Today through Friday

Hot conditions continue with near record temperatures.

Heat Advisory continues Today and likely into Friday.

Rain chances Friday/Friday Night along/ahead of a strong cold front.

Saturday through next week.

Rain chances early Saturday.

Heightened Fire Danger threat on Saturday.

Much cooler air infiltrates the region (a touch of fall???).

Moderating temperatures by the middle of the work week.

Tropics

Something brewing in the Northern Gulf once again???

Drought Conditions

Improving???

National Weather Service Shreveport, Louisiana


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High Temperatures Wednesday

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Scattered Thunderstorms

Ongoing

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Highs Today/Friday

Today

Friday

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Heat Advisory Today

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Scattered Thunderstorms

Ongoing

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Why is it so hot???

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Scattered Thunderstorms

Ongoing

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Changes by Saturday???

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Scattered Thunderstorms

Ongoing

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Surface Map for Friday

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Slight Risk

of Svr Tstms

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Surface Map for Saturday

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Rainfall amounts Midnight Friday/Saturday

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Rainfall amounts 7 am Saturday

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Rainfall amounts Noon on Saturday

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Heightened Post-Frontal Fire Threat Saturday

North to Northeast winds 10 to 20 mph with higher gusts throughout the day Saturday.

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Heightened Post-Frontal Fire Threat Saturday

Minimum Relative Humidity values near 25% across most of the Four State Region.

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Highs Sunday/Monday

Sunday

Monday

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Lows Saturday Night/Sunday Night

Saturday Night

Sunday Night

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Area of disturbed weather in the Gulf???

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Area of disturbed weather in the Gulf???

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Area of disturbed weather in the Gulf???

Would it be named “Isaac” again or not???

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Drought Monitor (September 6th)

D3 (Extreme) drought conditions have been scaled back to Sevier and Howard Counties in Southwest Arkansas. D2 (Severe) drought conditions remain across SE OK, and portions of SW AR.


Drought Seasonal Outlook (thru Nov. 30th)


NEXT CONFERENCE CALL:

Thursday, September 13th @ 10 AM

www.srh.noaa.gov/shv/briefing

National Weather Service Shreveport, Louisiana


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