Daily Archives: July 23, 2018

Time posted: 1:57 am

Active Pattern Keeps Rolling On

Good Monday, everyone. Our potent upper level low continues to spin across the Ohio Valley, leading to more unsettled weather to start the week. Later in the week, it’s a cold front sweeping in that will keep things unsettled, then another system moves in for the weekend. This busy pattern is also part of a cooler than normal temperature pattern.

Today’s shower and storm action will be concentrated on the afternoon and evening hours, with the greatest coverage across the east. Temps today range from the middle 70s east to the low and mid 80s in the west…

The Tuesday action becomes a tad more widespread across the central and east actually backs in from the east. Locally heavy rains are a good bet once again, with temps coming in similar to what we have out there today.

Scattered showers and storms continue Wednesday, with the east getting in on most of the action.

A strong cold front moves in late Thursday and could bring a few strong storms with it…

That’s a reinforcing shot of cooler air behind the boundary that will take us into the weekend…

That’s when we run the risk of another pretty decent rain maker rolling in from the west and southwest…

That would be accompanied by well below normal temps, with another surge of cooler than normal coming in behind that as we close out July and say hello to August. This is one heck of a deep trough settling in…

Make it a great Monday and take care.

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