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Premium: Cooler than average trend to persist through June

While many long range forecasts have been banging the “heat drum” for several weeks now, that heat has yet to materialize in any fashion throughout the Northeast United States during the first few weeks of meteorological summer. The next few weeks, additionally, are unlikely to offer any chances for prolonged heat or above average temperature departures.

In fact, there are growing signals, from both the hemispheric pattern evolution and climate phenomena, that below normal temperatures and unsettled conditions may return to the area to close out the month of June.


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