Mostly sunny, hot, humid, chance for late day showers and thunderstorms, highs near 90 degrees
Showers and thunderstorms likely, some of the storms can be strong, lows in the upper 60’s
Mostly cloudy, not as warm, still the chance for showers and thunderstorms primarily during the morning and mid-day hours, lowering humidity late, low 80’s
Partly cloudy, turning cooler late, near 60
Mostly sunny, comfortable, low 80's
Mostly sunny, pleasantly warm, low-to-mid 80’s
Partly sunny, a bit cooler than normal, more humid, chance for showers and thunderstorms, low 80’s
Partly sunny, still a bit cooler than normal, chance for showers and thunderstorms, near 80
A cold front will arrive tonight and it should be accompanied by showers and thunderstorms and some of the storms can be on the strong side. The best chance for showers and thunderstorms will be in the period between 4pm and midnight. The threat for showers and thunderstorms will linger for awhile on Thursday, but humidity will lower noticeably later in the day. High pressure will fill in behind the front on Friday and Saturday with comfortable conditions, but then the weather turns unsettled on Sunday with the threat for more showers and thunderstorms. The unsettled weather will continue early next week as a deep upper level trough sets up over the Great Lakes region.
[Euro 500 mb height anomaly map for next Wednesday; courtesy Weather Bell Analytics at weatherbell.com]
The same overall weather pattern that produced a colder-than-normal winter in much of the eastern half of the nation and an impressive cool shot last week will produce another cool shot during the first half of next week in the same general area. Once again, it appears that the pattern is unfolding to allow for the development of a significant trough in the upper atmosphere early next week in the eastern part of the nation and it will be centered on the Upper Midwest. This will produce below normal temperatures for several days in this part of the country with the biggest departure from normal once again focused on the Upper Midwest. Yesterday’s European computer forecast model run for the middle of next week suggests there will be a deep trough of low pressure for this time of year centered over the Upper Midwest – the same type of pattern that we’ve experienced frequently during the past several months (map courtesy Weather Bell analytics at weatherbell.com).
[Temperature records courtesy NOAA]
Last week’s widespread cool shot was impressive indeed with 2085 cold temperature records set across the nation in the past 7 days as compared with 281 warm temperature records (data courtesy NOAA). It is too early to tell if this next shot of cool air will produce widespread record-breaking chill, but below normal temperatures are very likely (NOAA 6-10 forecast temperature anomaly map shown below for the period July 27th through July 31st).
7:00 AM | More humid today; cold front reaches the region tomorrow night with possible strong storms
Mostly sunny, quite warm, more humid, highs in the upper 80’s
Partly cloudy, muggy, mild, some fog possible late, lows in the upper 60’s
Mainly sunny, hot, humid, chance for showers and thunderstorms late, near 90
Mostly cloudy, mild, chance for showers and thunderstorms, near 70
Mostly cloudy, not as warm, showers still possible, low-to-mid 80’s
Mostly sunny, comfortable, near 80
Mostly sunny, pleasant, low-to-mid 80’s
Partly sunny, a bit cooler, showers and thunderstorms likely, low 80’s
High pressure has slipped off the northeast US coastline and more humid air is now pushing into the Mid-Atlantic region. A cold front is dropping southeastward today across the Northern Plains/Upper Midwest and this front will increase our chances for showers and thunderstorms late tomorrow as it arrives in the region and some of the storms can be on the strong side. As the front drifts to our southeast, more refreshing air should return to the region by the end of the work week. After a pleasantly warm day on Saturday, the weather will become unsettled on Sunday and continuing into early next week with the threat for showers and thunderstorms. A cool pattern will become re-established by the middle of next week throughout much of the eastern half of the nation.
Partly sunny, still on the cool side of normal temperature-wise, highs in the low-to-mid 80’s
Partly cloudy, mild, lows in the upper 60’s
Partly sunny, warm, humid, chance for a shower or thunderstorm, mid-to-upper 80’s
Partly cloudy, mild, some fog possible late, upper 60’s
Partly sunny, very warm, humid, chance for showers and thunderstorms late, near 90
Partly sunny, not as warm, chance for more showers and thunderstorms, low-to-mid 80’s
Mostly sunny, more comfortable, low 80’s
Mostly sunny, pleasant, low 80’s
High pressure that controlled our weather this weekend has slipped off the east coast and this will allow somewhat warmer and more humid air to return to the Mid-Atlantic region over the next couple of days following our spell of refreshing weather. A cold front will approach the Great Lakes region by mid-week and then head towards the Mid-Atlantic later this week. High pressure returns at the end of the week to bring in another refreshing air mass to the Mid-Atlantic region.