Jul 5, 2014 6:19 PM by Daniel Phillips
As July gets going the forecast gets stuck in a repeating pattern that we have seen so many times before here in south Louisiana.
Temperatures will be hot and humidity, which has been seasonally low the last few days, will be creeping upward.
High pressure is dominating along the gulf coast, which will keep the skies clear for the end of the weekend and the beginning of the week.
It will take several days to break down this ridge so scattered shower chances won't really get into mid summer form until the middle of the work week.
In the meantime what was once Hurricane Arthur is now a post-tropical low and causing trouble along the Halifax coast line.
A quick reminder that the first month of hurricane season is typically slow, but the further we get into July the more active the tropics traditionally get.
Let Hurricane Arthur be a reminder to stay diligent through the hurricane season no matter how slow the first half is.