Tropical Storm Bertha Was Located Just East Of The Bahamas Near 24.9n 73.2w At 03 Utc. The National Hurricane Center Then Tracks Bertha Well Off The Ern Us Coast As A Developing Category One Hurricane And Further Out To Sea Over The Next Few Days In Response To An Ample Ern Us Mid-Upper Level Trough.
The Closing And Slow Ejection Of Another Cold Vortex Over Southeast Canada Should Favor Holding A Cooling/Wavy Polar Front And Associated Scattered But Significant Moisture And Heavy Rainfall Focus For The Us Mid Srn/Sern Us Tier.
Upstream...Shortwave Energy Wending Across The Northern Intermountain Region And N-Central Rockies/Plains Should Trigger Additional Showers / Thunderstorms. The Southwest May Get A Few Days Break From The Rather Swampy Monsoonal Season Before Returning Later.
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