US Extended Weather Outlook thru Aug 24

...Pattern Overview And Sensible Weather Highlights...

Energetic Near Zonal Flow Over Srn Canada Should Keep Embedded
Systems Quite Progressive Along/North Of The U.S. Border...While
Over The Conus...The Pattern Will Be Relatively Stagnant.

One Main Feature Will Be A Closed Low Near California...Which Should Spread Some Unsettled Weather To The Great Basin As It Slowly Moves Inland Mid-Later Next Week. Guidance Has Trended Slower With This Progression Consistent With An Overall Stagnant
Mid-Latitude Flow Pattern.

Across The Us Northern Tier States...Moisture Influx Suggests That A Well Defined Frontal Boundary Working Down From Canada Should Trigger Some Heavier Showers And Thunderstorms Next Week.

In The East...A Lingering And Wavy Lead Frontal Boundary Will Also Bring Continued Wet Weather Across The Srn/Sern Us And Carolinas...But Moisture Pooling Across The Region Should Be Decreasing Mid-Late Next Week As The Boundary Gradually Weakens.

Portions Of The Western Gulf Coast Could Also See Some Wet Weather...But Exactly How Much Will Depend On What Develops In The Gulf Of Mexico Over The Next Few Days As Per The Nhc.

Meanwhile...Flow Channeling Through Northern Mexico Into The Southwestern Us/South-Central Rockies Should Favor Some Monsoonal Showers.


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