Top of the (Thursday) mornin to ya!
Here's a song to get you going-- some of you may have already left!
Even I am going to partake a little this week: Going to take the kids out for a little camping trip. We'll see how that goes ;-)
It certainly is a great time for it-- Pleasant temperatures near normal, blue skies. I bet the bugs will be out in force though!
Here's what the surface map looks like:
|HPC - Friday|
High pressure in southern Canada will be filtering down some cool morning air for the mountain valleys, while folks in eastern Kentucky will already be transitioning to the incrementally increasing heat/humidity that is a trademark of summer. The threat of showers continues to elude us, as all the approaching storm systems keep getting tossed to our north and the Gulf of Mexico essentially gets shut off from being able to incite storms our way. Perhaps the southern mountains are the only ones with a chance for an isolated pop-up, small as that chance may be.
Check out the 7-day forecast (below)... If we only had our fill of rain, we could sit back and enjoy the rest of the week. Instead, we have to start looking at drought possibilities-- something that will come tomorrow.
|Regional Radar/Satellite with Warnings Tracking||
From the Storm Prediction Center (below): Click For a Larger Image
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Have a great day everyone!