Good Sunday, everyone. It’s a pattern that doesn’t look much like summer, with a huge upper level low spinning across the Ohio Valley. This will bring rounds of showers and storms and much cooler than normal temps.
Today’s showers and storms will be spiraling counterclockwise around the low dropping in from the north. That should make for a cool look on our radars:
There’s also the chance for enough rain to cause some local high water issues, especially across the northern half of the state. That’s something to keep in mind throughout the day.
All of this is coming from this highly anomalous upper level low spinning across the Ohio Valley:
More showers and storms will be noted for Monday and Tuesday as our system still impacts the region:
Another cold front moves in by the end of the week unleashing another below normal temperature pattern for much of the country, with another following as we close July and enter into August. Check out the look from the European Ensembles:
Have a great Sunday and take care.