Sunday, July 29, 2012

REDUNDANT WEEK, BUT WE DO HAVE LONDON!



11:00 PM 7/29/12 (Forecaster Mike) – A pretty stagnant weather pattern is setting in for the week ahead, and the weather will be very similar to Sunday across much of the country throughout the week. Even if the weather is boring, the summer Olympics have begun, so we can look to London! If you are interested in London’s weather for some of the outdoor events, check out this Weather Widget from the UK Met Office. 



This Weather Widget is provided by the Met Office

UNSETTLED EAST – From the Great Lakes to the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic, while not so much in the Southeast, temperatures look to be near normal for this time of year, with numerous chances for showers and thunderstorms. No widespread lines of storms are expected, but the more isolated or scattered types of events are certainly likely.

HOT, HOTTER, AND HOTTEST – As if this is supposed to be “news”, it will be extremely hot through the central Plains once again. Kansas City will be frying eggs on the street again with scorching hot highs approaching or surpassing 100ยบ. Throughout the week ahead, there is little hope for drought relief or relief from the constant and oppressive heat wave that has been relentless throughout the summer. Stay tuned for the latest and have a great week! 

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