Another Cloudy Day

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We generally don’t have this many cloudy days in a row during the summer as we have the past few days with the exception of the winter months.  We have still seen warm temperatures and high dew-points which is more the norm – we generally won’t see cooler air until later in August when we see the daylight start to wane and the sunset is around 8:30.

A strong cold front will be moving through at the end of the week – the latest GFS shows temperatures in the low to mid 70s with night time lows in the 50s – a very comfortable dry airmass will be in place. As for today the low pressure system which has been plaguing us since last Friday will finally begin to move out though we may see a few showers east of 131.

The feature image is the GFS guess for temperatures through the end of the month.


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Slim

For the fun of it I check the Accuweather 90 long range guess. And according to their guess there will be no upper 80’s for the rest of this summer here at Grand Rapids. With mostly upper 70’s and low 80’s thru August and the start of September then mid 60’s to mid 70’s If that is the case a lot of very nice days in the next 1 and a half months.
Slim

INDY
INDY

Klye Wood 8 said looks cooler then normal now for about the next month I’m thinking Slim was right on a front loader of heat this summer .. INDYDOG14!!

Slim

It is looking like that will be the case. Long range guesses are not very easy a lot can go wrong with the best guess.
Slim

INDY
INDY

No more extream hear here I see wood tv 8 has come down on the temps now this week no more 80’s looks like more wet weather moves in for Friday.. Days are getting shorter Fall is coming fast!! INDYDOG14!!

INDY
INDY

“no more mid 80’s” indydog14!

Mookie
Mookie

The extreme heat has settled into the southwest. Waco, Texas set an all-time record temperature yesterday (for any date) by 2 degrees!

At this moment, almost the entire Southwest is in some stage of drought. Agricultural production has been absolutely devastated, major lakes, rivers and streams are rapidly becoming bone dry, and wild horses are dropping dead because they don’t have any water to drink. In addition, enormous dust storms are striking major cities such as Las Vegas and Phoenix, and the extremely dry conditions have already made this one of the worst years for wildfires in U.S. history.

Slim

Wow Waco reached 114° and they now have had 12 days in a row of 100° temperatures. In 1980 there was a string of 100° days that started on June 23rd and ran until August 3rd in Waco. and in Dallas the string started on June 23rd and did not end until August 9th. I guess it is good we do not live in Texas.
Slim