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Hot Start to July - Monday, July 6, 2020

Get ready for some heat! Temperatures across many areas the United States will become quite hot this week and through the weekend. Many of you will experience temperatures in the 90s to the 100s across the Southern and Central Plains and hot, muggy (full story)


Signs of La Nina Developing Continue - Monday, June 29, 2020

Sea surface temperatures in the subtropical Pacific continue to show signs of cooling and if current trends continue, we are likely going to be into an official La Nina by late summer and early fall. The graphic below shows the changes in sea sur (full story)


Dry Areas Growing in the West - Monday, June 22, 2020

In contrast to the spring and early summer season of 2019, the spring and early summer of 2020 is much different regarding precipitation across the western USA. While 2019 was quite wet in the western states, 2020 has seen a trend toward drier condi (full story)


June Heat - Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Through the first half of June some of you have experienced some very warm temperatures, while some have had the opposite. At times, June has been more like a spring pattern than summer as there as been a lot of ups and downs in temperatures and pre (full story)


June Off to a Crazy Start - Tuesday, June 9, 2020

We are only a week into the month of June, but we have already experienced a month’s full of weather. Over the weekend a wide variety of weather was found across the United States.  We had a tropical storm Cristobal move into the Gulf (full story)


La Nina Continues to Come On - Tuesday, May 26, 2020

As we transition into a summer pattern across the United States over the next two weeks (finally), we will be keeping a close watch on the tropical Pacific for signs of a developing La Nina.   La Nina is when sea surface temperatures in the (full story)


Chilly May Weather - Monday, May 18, 2020

If you have thought that May has been a chilly month so far, the graphic below would say you are correct! After what was a chilly April in many areas May has been very cold compared to normal temperatures. The graph below shows temperatures relat (full story)


Drought Update - Monday, May 11, 2020

With the second half of spring underway and summer right around the corner let us look at some areas of concern across the United States when it comes to drought areas. Although a large part of the nation has adequate soil moisture going into the (full story)


Cold May Weather Coming for the Central and East - Monday, May 4, 2020

May will be off to a rather rude start for many in the central and eastern areas of the United States and a wave of unseasonably cold air will cut loose out of Canada and into the U.S. Mother’s Day weekend may end up being quite chilly for (full story)