US Extended Forecast thru Aug 10

...Multi-Day Heavy Rainfall Forecast For The Tennessee Valley...

The Closing Of Yet Another Cold Vortex Over Southeast Canada Will Lock The Polar Front In Place By Late Week Over The Tennessee Valley And Carolinas.

Waves Of Low Pressure Will Periodically Tap The Gulf Of Mexico And Atlantic Ocean, Producing A Prolific Stripe Of Rainfall From The Missouri Bootheel Across Tennessee And Into The Southern Appalachians.

Upstream, Shortwave Energy Wending Across The Northern Intermountain Region, Northern Rockies, And Northern Plains Should Afford Enough Spark To Trigger Lighter, More Fleeting Shower Activity In Those Regions.

The Southwest Looks Like It Will Get A Break From The Rather Swampy Monsoon Of This Season.

The Shelf Of Continental Polar Air Should Once Again Serve As A Chilly Overrunning Surface For Rainfall During The Daytime Hours In The East.

Areas With Thick Cloud Cover And Steady Shower Activity May Well See Temps Stay In The 60s Mid Period, With Parts Of The Central And Southern Appalachians In The 50s.

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