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By: Steve Gregory, 8:54 PM GMT on June 01, 2015
MOSTLY ABOVE NORMAL TEMPS DURING FIRST HALF OF JUNE
01-JUN-15 (Next REGULAR WX Update THU – JUN 4)
Temperatures will be on the warm side of normal for the first half of June across much of the US, though readings will likely end up near or even below normal across the Great Lakes and Northeast as fronts, the ‘Great Lakes Icebox Effect’ and above normal Precip keep Temps down later this week and next in those regions.
Updated: 9:15 PM GMT on June 01, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 9:20 PM GMT on May 28, 2015
Mostly Above Normal Temps as Summer Arrives
25-MAY-15 (Next Regular WX Update MON – JUN 1)
Temperatures will be on the warm side of normal for the first half of June, but wet WX in many areas will keep a lid on high Temps in most of the normally warmest areas of the nation.
The upper air pattern has shifted to a more typical, zonal-like flow, with most short waves from the NORPAC likely to move into the PAC NW and then ...
Updated: 1:20 PM GMT on May 30, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 6:54 PM GMT on May 25, 2015
Nationwide Warmth as Pattern shift Progresses
Wet Weather but Above Normal Temps as Summer Approaches
25-MAY-15 (Next Regular WX Update THU – MAY 28)
An early appearance of summer warmth is likely as above normal Temps dominate much of the nation during the week ahead - and while the extraordinary rains in Texas will abate somewhat, locally heavy T-Storms will likely persist across the center of the nation for at least the nex...
Updated: 6:22 PM GMT on May 27, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 7:27 PM GMT on May 21, 2015
Wet but Mild Weather Pattern across the Nation
21-MAY-15 (Next Regular WX Update MON – MAY 25)
A warming trend will sweep across the nation with above normal Temps developing nationwide next week– along with continued wet weather in many areas – is expected during the remainder of the month.
The unseasonably strong long wave TROF along the West Coast has begun to slowly weaken but will continue to send upper level sh...
Updated: 7:37 PM GMT on May 21, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 8:18 PM GMT on May 18, 2015
Gradual Change to More Seasonable Pattern over the US
18-MAY-15 (Next Regular WX Update THU – MAY 21)
The very strong short wave that moved from California to the northern Plains this past weekend triggering severe storms and tornadoes across the Plains will move into Canada with cooler air moving south and then eastward over the next few days.
The unseasonably strong long wave TROF that’s persisted since April along t...
Updated: 8:27 PM GMT on May 18, 2015