European model and CPC have more unseasonable cool air

July 21st, 2014 at 9:08 pm by under Bill's Blog, Weather   NAEFS July 29 - August 4    Wow!  Check out the 9-day European model.  That’s a 558 height (at the link) and would give us highs perhaps in the mid 60s if this comes true.  The two images here (click on the images to enlarge)  are the 6-10 day temperature outlook from the Climate Prediction Center for July 27-31.  On the right is the NAEFS forecast for July 29 – August 4.   Wow again!  That’s a very cool pattern for mid-summer!  Tomorrow is our only shot at 90-degres, maybe for the next two weeks.

5 Responses to “European model and CPC have more unseasonable cool air”

  1. Tom S. (Caledonia) says:

    Anyone know what temps could be during this time period?

  2. DF (EGR) says:

    The GR NWS says 90 tomorrow now I see. It will be close. Only 86 officially today.

  3. Scott (robinson twsp) says:

    Cool air, sounds good to me. :)

  4. Jack says:

    Cool, is The Rule…..Right Bill. ;-)

  5. AlleganJoe says:

    Depressing forecast–more Below Normal Temps–cool temps–like Fall weather!! :( :( We can’t get away from the continued down-pour of cold fronts. I really think we are going to have a Cool/Cold Fall and soon and a possibility of a Bitter Cold Winter!! Tooo much snow also. :)

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