Temperatures are back in the lower 90s yet again, as Summer continues to hold on tightly. As the first day of Fall approaches this weekend, when will actual Fall-like temperatures will begin?
Unfortunately, it seems that Summer is taking a final stand over at least the next week. Unseasonably warm weather is forecast across the United States over the next seven days, as the jet stream is kept to our north and a Summer-like pattern is withheld. With warm temperatures and high humidity expected, it is important to drink plenty of fluids and limit your time outdoors under direct sunlight.
Finally! As we look to the 8-14 day outlook, there is hope past the next week for cooler temperatures. Models are indicating a dip in the jet stream, bringing more Fall-like conditions. It is too far out to speculate on specifics, but it is possible with this change in pattern that parts of the U.S. could see severe storms. Simply something to keep an eye on after this next week.
Today: Isolated showers and storms, high temperature of 91
Tonight: Partly cloudy, low temperature overnight of 70
Tomorrow: An isolated shower or two, high temperature of 92