Not much in the way of weather is expected the remainder of the week now that our front is getting set to leave the region. While some areas of the central Midwest had some nice money making rains, others not so much and dryness continues to expand for some.
Peeking ahead the EURO Weeklies are in and they lead us to the start of fall. Here's what the model shows for temperatures in 7 day increments. September in particular is very warm on this run.
August 26 through September 2
The 46 day anomaly comes out warm for much of the Midwest and for that matter the country. Maybe there's a little hope for summer yet.
Here's the break down of precipitation over 7 day chunks through September 20..
The week ending August 15
The week ending August 22
The week ending August 29
The week ending September 5
The week ending September 12
The week ending September 20
The 46 day total ending September 20.
The 46 day precipitation departure. The upper Midwest and northern Plains are extremely wet Amounts over the rest of the Midwest are shown as spotty.
The big take-away from this run of the weeklies is that the model sees a return of both warmth and wet weather, especially the last 4 weeks (August 20 to September 20). Something to keep an eye on. Roll weather...TS