Sunday, May 21, 2006


Some rather tranquil weather has finally settled in over the area recently, which is a welcome relief after the incessant rain of last weekend. It also appears that a major pattern shift is occurring, with more summerlike weather expected. In fact, long range outlooks through the first few days of June are calling for above normal temperatures for much of the country. There will also be rain and thunderstorm chances nearly every day, which is common in warmer and more humid weather regimes. There are also early indications that a stationary front may become hung up across the region for the Memorial Day weekend. If that happens, there will be better chances of significant precipitation. More on that later in the week.


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