A More Summer-like Week Ahead

June 10, 2013 0 Comments

After a rather lengthy cool, dreary, and unsettled stretch of weather, we’re finally seeing signs of change in our pattern that will mean summer-like weather for us including sunshine and warmer temperatures.  The jet stream has been in a stagnant, flat, west-to-east pattern lately, keeping things cool and wet, but not ut looks like there will be a subtle shift to the north, allowing warmer air in from the south, and fewer storm systems in our weather picture.  There will still be rain chances, but not quite as many as in recent weeks, and storm systems will more likely move along a bit more quickly and not linger for days on end.  Look for high temperatures in the 70s to lower 80s this week with a chance for some thunderstorms Tuesday night through much of Wednesday and then some more showers and thunderstorms Saturday through a part of Sunday.  Aside from that, there looks to be sunnier weather for the surrounding days.

  

A flat, zonal flow pattern has kept things cool and gray for the past few weeks.

A flat, zonal flow pattern has kept things cool and gray for the past few weeks.

 

The jet stream will buckle northward over the next few days, allowing more seasonable warmth into the region.

The jet stream will buckle northward over the next few days, allowing more seasonable warmth into the region.

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