Daily Archives: June 18, 2019

Time posted: 2:04 am

Another Stormy Day On Tap

Good Tuesday, folks. I think I’m just going to start making a blog template for heavy rain and storms and just go with it each day because that’s where we are. The pattern continues to be amazingly consistent in producing waves of showers and storms, leading to a severe storms threat and flash flood threat.

Just like the past few days, any storm that goes up today can bring high winds and hail to your neighborhood. Here’s the current Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC…

The severe threat may increase late Wednesday into Wednesday night. The SPC shows the increased potential…

As mentioned, rounds of showers and storms look to continue through the weekend and into early next week. No, it’s not raining all the time and you may not have rain everyday at your house, but heavy rain totals are likely. Many models continue to show several inches of rain…

Any particular day can produce, at least, minor severe weather across the state.

Let’s break the template a bit and talk about the month of July. The CFS temperature forecast continues with a cool signature for much of the country.

Here are the forecast temp anomalies for the first week of the month…

Notice a colder look for the 7 day stretch centered around the middle of the month…

And here’s what the model is seeing for the final week of July…

Oh yeah… The model shows above normal rainfall continuing, but isn’t that pretty much a given?

I leave you with your Tuesday tracking tools…

Have a great day and take care.

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