Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Holiday Weekend? Typical July Heat

The expression is “hot as a firecracker on the 4th of July”.   Well, we are seasonally hot, but the extreme heat continues to stay away from us.  That’s partly due to enough daily storms that bring temporary cooling relief.   We may not see the rain coverage like today (80%+) over the next 3-4 days, but it will rain somewhere every day…the locations will vary.   I don’t see us getting back to a “typical” summer pattern of SE trade winds anytime soon.  IF an upper high over the West shifts over us next week, we will get “hot as a firecracker”, but it will come well beyond the 4th of July.  Stay tuned!

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