Heat is returning! Long term we COULD see a pull back in temperatures as the heat ridge pulls westward!
Summary: The heat is back and humidity too! It had to eventually show up. As the Ridging in the east holds strong, so will dry weather. The good news for the plains states is that this will pump a lot of moisture to the drought areas of the Middle of the country! See Precip outlook by Clicking Here
Heat ridging makes the forecast in our neck of the woods easy. Temps in the 90s with lows 70s.. Real summer time weather! Check out the heat index forecast by Clicking Here
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Tropics: They have quieted down a bit. Check out the updated Tropical weather center off the main page! There will be a new site releasing soon devoted to as much tropical information as I possibly can fit into a page!
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