Daily Archives: June 2, 2017

Time posted: 1:13 am

A June Swoon For Next Week?

Good Friday to one and all. The first few days of June are absolutely awesome with pleasant temps and mainly dry weather. From there, things begin to take on a much different look with a big blast of cool possible into next week. This happens as our jet stream takes on a big dip.

Highs today are upper 70s to low 80s with mainly dry weather. There is just a small chance for a popup shower or storm, but it shouldn’t threaten too many people.

A similar setup is noted for Saturday, but temps should range from 80-85 in most of the area.

Storm chances ramp up Sunday into Monday as a potent storm system crosses the Great Lakes, dragging a cold front through Kentucky…

Some strong storms are possible with this setup, but the models are no longer as crazy with the rain as they once were. I will not complain one bit if that’s the case.

The cool air continues to settle into much of the east, sending the numbers well below normal for a few days…

The setup late next week into the following weekend looks more like September than June. The European model has a tropical system in the eastern Gulf with another deep trough digging into the eastern part of the country…

Since it’s now summer, l leave you with something to get you ready for the weekend…

Make it a great day and take care.

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