CFSv2 Says Cool Pattern Continues

July 15th, 2014 at 2:39 am by under Bill's Blog, Weather

CFSv2   Click on the image or click here to enlarge.   The average high temperature now is 83° for G.R.   The warmest temperature so far this July has been 83°.   G.R. is 3.3° cooler than average for the month and Manistee is 6.6° cooler than average for the first 2 weeks of July.  We still have not made it to 90° in G.R. or Muskegon.  This is the CFSv2 model forecast for the three-month period from August thru October.  The model is continuing the pattern of warmer than average weather in the Western U.S. and cooler than average weather from the Northern Plains through the Great Lakes.  The rainfall forecast from the CFSv2 for August thru October shows above average rainfall over much of the country, with dry conditions in the Pacific Northwest.

Also:  Double Rainbow at DisneyWorldHail in Berthoud CO covers the ground a few inches deep and strips leaves from trees…Track of Typhoon Rammusun across the Philippines and into South China…Rainbow at the MLB Home Run Derby last nightFlooding in Phoenix AZOklahoma Lightning…WOW – Floodwaters flowing thru 2 FEET of hail!

We were 95° on this date (7/15) last year and 91° on 7/15/2012.

3 Responses to “CFSv2 Says Cool Pattern Continues”

  1. Skot says:

    FIRST… But no comment. Lol

  2. Travis (Oakland County) says:

    Isn’t that the model that said we’d have a cold second half to June too?

    CPC disagrees as well

  3. I really trust Bill Stephan and was wondering what some of his predictions were this year. Not sure I LIKE them though!

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