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#PC2StormStalkers – U.S. Weather Outlook – Friday, June 4, 2021

Well, folks, we got some topsy-turviness in today’s forecast!

It’s no doubt we’re entering the summertime with the temperature situation we got nationwide. A high pressure system will ensure that the Northern Plains/Upper Midwest get toasty with 90s-100s F/32-42 C… while the wet & stormy pattern in the Southern Plains enjoy mainly 70s-80s F/21-30 C. No, that’s not backwards! 🤣

Most of the country will be firmly in the 80s F, with 70s being a thing mainly in the Northeast, Appalachians, the immediate coasts (upper & northern for the East, central & Southern in the West), and Texas, and, along with 60s, parts of the Pacific Northwest & interior West of coastal or elevated nature. California will be another “hot spot” save for the immediate coast. There are scattered Heat Advisories & Excessive Heat Warnings from SE California up through to Northern #Utah & scattered Red Flag Advisories (basically “hot & dry, so be careful not to start wildfires”, etc) for areas from Utah up to Eastern #WashingtonState, and E to the Upper #Midwest. #FireWeather concern areas correspond largely.

#SevereWeather concern areas are most of #Montana & NW #NorthDakota (hail & wind – & yes, this corresponds with a fire weather risk area – watch for elevated storms where precipitation might not reach the ground very much or at all, but lightning/wind [& hail] can!) along with the middle #EastCoast (wind). This is all Marginal.


General storm areas are gonna be from the SE Rockies (isolated/scattered, “pop up”), across the South (widespread along/south of I-20, isolated/scattered “pop up” north of there), up the Eastern Seaboard (scattered to widespread excepting more isolated in the NE), in the Eastern Ohio River Valley & Great Lakes (scattered), and the NE Rockies (isolated, more numerous in the evening/night). Elsewhere in the Rockies & Intermountain West, expect isolated storms. Light rain for the Washington State & #Oregon coasts, with mountain ice/snow. Elsewhere, expect calm weather – a bit of a humid breeze for Central.

Expect mild to warm tropical weather in #PuertoRico & the territories, with isolated storms (more widespread in the Marshall Islands).

No tropical systems are active in the Atlantic or Central Pacific. Blanca continues to wash out westward in the SE Pacific south of #ClarionIsland.

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