Steamy and Stormy

Good Sunday, everybody. It’s another day of summertime temps and humidity levels as we watch more storms go up. This is sign of the early summer pattern we are in for the Memorial Day Weekend and the final week of May. A little fight is brewing for early June, though.

Storms rolled across the region last evening, putting down a ton of rain in a short amount of time and causing wind issues. That’s the calling card of any storm that goes up out there today, too.

Your Sunday storm tracking tools look a little something like this…

The setup for Memorial Day is pretty much the same with steam temps deep into the 80s and a few storms rumbling through here. That setup remains the same for the rest of next week and through the last day of May on Saturday…

Any one day may feature strong storms, but we will really need to watch the front moving in late next week. That one may be pretty active as we get set to close out June.

Just how cool is the air behind that front? That’s still up in the air, but the GFS has been showing a much cooler than normal pattern into the first week of the month…

I’m not sold on it being that cool, but the past few months certainly argue that something like that is possible.

Have a great Sunday and take care.

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4 Responses to Steamy and Stormy

  1. Mike S says:

    This site is becoming increasingly unsafe to view. Anyway, CB can take comfort in knowing that May 2020 has now joined the years of 1972 and 1997 as the only years to achieve a high temperature of at least 80 degrees so late in the year (May14). Thanks CB for helping NWS to change that sensor. The Climate record will forever remember you as the one who pressured the NWS to get that hot mess fixed. Way to go. Woohoo!

  2. feederband says:

    The Ohio is rolling at Louisville. It’s encroaching on New Albany’s waterfront area. Too much rain upriver.

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