Daily Archives: July 10, 2018

Time posted: 2:02 am

Another Cold Front Moves In

Good Tuesday, everyone. We have another cold front moving into the region today, bringing a few thunderstorms ahead of it, and a little cooler air behind it. As we’ve been talking about for a while, this is likely part of a larger overall pattern shift toward a cooler second half of summer.

Scattered storms will flare up ahead of the front today, with a broken line of storms developing along the actual boundary. That settles into the region by late this afternoon into the evening hours and a few could be on the strong side. Track away…

A scattered shower or storm may linger into Wednesday, especially across the south. Slightly cooler than normal air blows in behind the front for Wednesday and Thursday with humidity levels staying in pretty good shape. The same front is helping steer Chris away from the east coast…

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Seasonal temps return late week into the weekend as scattered storms kick back in. There is still strong model support for a deepening trough across our region next week…

Some pretty good rounds of storms may usher in this much cooler than normal pattern…

The European Ensembles are also locking in on this cool shot showing up next week…

The CFS seasonal model is showing a cooler look for the rest of the month…

Make it a great day and take care.

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