Sunday, July 22, 2007

Long Range Suggests Much Above Normal Temperatures for Lower 48

No extended forecast today, but I wanted to at least show what the NWS has outlined for a possible area of extreme heat for the next week or so. The area in red, which includes northern New England will experience much above normal temperatures in the July 23 to 29 timeframe. The eastern part of the bubble will not see high temperatures probably until the 25th. Here in SNE we should sneak to around 90 by Wednesday and stay above normal by 5 to 15 degrees for a good seven days afterward. The entire country will experience higher than normal temperatures the next 8-14 days. Its the hottest week on average this week according to records and the country will really feel these pre-Dog days of summer in a big way. Energy demand will be at an all-time high no doubt. Stay cool.

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