Daily Archives: July 15, 2018

Time posted: 1:52 am

Rounds Of Storms Start Our Pattern Change

Good Sunday, everyone. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are increasing across the Commonwealth today, in advance of a big pattern flip for the week ahead. This will usher in a much cooler setup that, for the most part, sticks around for the rest of summer.

Today’s showers and storms may be a bit on the strong side with high winds possibly causing issues on the local scale. Any storm that goes up may also produce torrential rains, so watch the creeks and streams. Here are your tracking toys for the day…

Those showers and storms continue on Monday and into Tuesday, with more heavy downpours a good bet. This is ahead of the first cold front dropping in from the northwest…

Much cooler than normal air settles in along and behind the front. Highs on Wednesday may not get out of the upper 70s for some.

Another system then digs in by the end of the week into the weekend, leading to unsettled weather…

GFS

Canadian

That would keep the cooler than normal temperatures going. The shots of cool don’t end there and could grow even cooler against the averages for the following week. The 5 day average from the European Ensembles…

The CFS has grown even cooler looking for the rest of July…

With the cooler than normal look trying to get established for the rest of summer, It’s got me in the mood for a little winter talk. I will have that coming in my next update.

Make it a great Sunday and take care.

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