It so often works this way, but it never gets old: Torrential rain and heavy thunderstorms one day give way to beautiful blue skies and drier air the next. Today was the latter in the sequence of days, but there is a flaw in the design of appreciating such a thing; the repetitiveness that lies ahead signals an unsettled pattern will continue. Yes, stormy days again appear on the horizon in the not-so-distant future, and the atmospheric pattern doesn’t look to let up.
Forecast models are in rather good agreement regarding the overall evolution of the pattern, suggestive that multiple disturbances will swing through the Mississippi Valley and Northeast States over the next several days. And while that my not necessarily mean a washout for the area, it will mean continued opportunities at precipitation and a lack of steady warmth. This comes as bad news for those who have been longing for summer’s heat to arrive.
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