More of a summertime pattern


1. Any troughs retreat to the northwest US with a lot of ridging from the central plains east. This means plenty of warmth with a few weak disturbances and fronts. Temps will be well above average.

2. Sunday may start rather chilly in the upper 30’s however highs should quickly rebound into the low 60’s. A frontal boundary moves through Sunday night and Monday with some showers though rainfall amounts should be light under 1/2 inch. Low temps will be warmer Monday around 50 with highs in the mid 60’s on avg. Light winds Saturday night would normally indicate fog though I don’t expect temps to fall/rising RH enough for fog. Sunday winds should pick up to around 10 mph out of the south and perhaps as much as 15-20 mph Monday. Perhaps a rumble of thunder.

3. I’m expecting conditions to clear out pretty quick Tuesday. Eventhough modeling has light precip early Tuesday I see a lot of drier air at the upper levels. Morning temperatures should start in the 50’s perhaps near 60 with afternoon highs in the mid 70’s.

4. Going even warmer Wednesday with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 70’s.

5. moisture return and some week impulses may provide isolated popcorn storms Thursday and Friday with lows in the mid 50’s and highs in the low to mid 70’s. That sounds like a slightly cooler than normal version of summer to me .


One Response to “More of a summertime pattern”

  1. Marsha Says:

    Mitch please don’t say bad storm I just dont think my nervous could take it right now…..

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