July Has Been No June, and Won’t Be When All Is Said and Done

As many of you know, June was quite a bit warmer than average. The monthly average daily high temp was 3 degrees above normal, and we ended up with the 11th warmest June on record. As for July, the trend is opposite thus far. Through the 20th, we’ve had 9 days above average and 12 below average. While we’re in a warmer than average start to this week, cooler weather will be returning for Wednesday night and Thursday. The overall trend for next week will be for below average temperatures. Bottom line: July is quite likely to be cooler and,…

The Long-Advertised “Vortex”–Polar or Otherwise–is Poised to Arrive. But It’s Just a Visit….

From the Monday afternoon vantage point: With fairly moist air in place, an upper level disturbance will trigger spotty showers & tshowers, …

The Week Starts Out “Bumpy” and Smooths Out Later. Uncertainty for a portion of the Weekend looms.

In case anyone didn’t notice, there is plenty of water vapor in the atmosphere this afternoon, and plenty more to come into Tuesday evening.…

Weather Headlines from the American Meteorological Society’s Broadcast Continuing Ed Conference…

while they’re fresh in my mind: Earlier estimates of a Strong or even Super El Nino appear to have been overdone and overblown. Newer model …