Good Tuesday, everyone. From the broken record department… Rounds of showers and storms continue to roll across the state today. This stormy setup has been well advertised on the blog for a while and Mother Nature is sure living up to her end of the bargain.
Just like the past several days, any thunderstorm that goes up out there today can be strong or severe. Damaging winds and large hail will continue to be the main threats we are facing. The latest Severe Weather Outlook from the SPC has us in the low-end risk:
In addition to the severe threat, flash flooding continues to be something to be on guard for. These storms can drop a quick couple inches of rain in less than an hour. Given how wet the ground is, it won’t take much to cause high water issues.
Here are your tracking toys for a Tuesday:
As mentioned, rounds of showers and storms look to continue through the weekend and into early next week. No, it’s not raining all the time and you may not have rain everyday at your house, but heavy rain totals are likely. Many models continue to show several inches of rain.
The CFS temperature forecast continues with a cool signature for much of the country.
Here are the forecast temp anomalies for the first week of the month:
Notice a colder look for the 7 day stretch centered around the middle of the month:
And here’s what the model is seeing for the final week of July:
Make it a great day and take care.