Tammie’s Blog: Sick of This Cool, Damp Weather? Just Hang on Because Our Summer Outlook is Looking Warm and Dry

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Today’s climate outlook from NOAA confirms what most of us across Philadelphia don’t want to hear … we will be cooler and wetter than average for the next 10 days.
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Why? Because on the large scale we are stuck in a weather pattern which includes a deep trough of cool air over the central United States that repeatedly ushers areas low pressure past us with rainy, chilly and windy conditions..
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Now for the good news…this pattern is forecast to slowly erode by late May.
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After that the long range climate models are pointing to average or above average temperatures and average or below average precipitation for summer.
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Warm and dry sounds nice about now, but not so fast because these climate models will update again before summer, so stay tuned.
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