Jun 6, 2014 4:58 PM by Daniel Phillips
The time has come once again to start finalizing those weekend plans and gearing up for a few baseball filled days off of work.
Those who may be tuning in for the first time this week will be pleased to find a forecast that is changing very little.
High pressure will continue to dominate the forecast area and will keep showers for the most part at bay and keep conditions hot and humid.
If you are going to be outside for even a short period of time this weekend please make sure you are putting on appropriate amounts of sunscreen and drinking plenty of water, as the heat will be draining.
Those going to the game on Saturday will want to make sure you're drinking plenty of water along with your other beverages as it will be pretty hot and muggy for first pitch.
Rain delays likely won't be a factor for the entirety of the tournament as the ridge will squash any kind of rain chances.
Again it can't be stressed enough take care if you'll be in the heat this weekend drinking plenty of water and wearing sunscreen if you'll be out in the sun.
As for the tropics the disturbance in the Bay of Campeche continues to show some signs of development and could become the first tropical depression of the season.
It will pose absolutely zero threat to the Gulf of Mexico but people vacationing down there this weekend and week should prepare for some heavy rains.