Skip to comments.Unsettled Weather Across Much of the Lower U.S. Third
Posted on 07/26/2009 6:47:48 PM PDT by dopplerdale
A stagnant weather pattern is setting up across the Eastern United States and this is going to affect many from the Mississippi Valley through the Mid-South and into the Tennessee Valley by providing waves of rain and t-storms. Some of the waves will include some moderate to heavy rains. So what is exactly going on?
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rainiest summer in memory..19 years.
Still trying to hit 80 degrees here in MI. 90 degrees would be heretical in the summer of 2009 that never came.
There’s an ice age coming on...
We need rain in the Southeast (NC). So I hope storms do come.
And, say, where are the hurricanes of 09? Two months into hurricane season and not ONE in the Atlantic?
Oh no, could Global Warming have changed to Global cooling so that these hurricanes are not being generated at the pace we were told they would come???
Heavy T-Storms here in the upstate of South Carolina now. Up to Sixty MPH winds and penny size hail possible.
It's CO2's fault!
Lower third? It’s been raining almost everyday in the northeast since April, including tornado warnings on Long Island and Connecticut tonight! The forecast is for more rain and Thunderstorms tomorrow.
Near Houston the leaves are starting to turn and fall as if it was autumn.
It was nice yesterday and Friday but today we had rain in North Georgia. I’m headed to Minnesota the first three weeks of August to kayak and fish and don’t want it raining or too cold up there.
Could we please keep this coming ice age from coming this summer. I’m okay with it NEXT summer, though.
Texas.....experiencing a horrible drought! Water rationing in, I believe, 99 out of the 250+ counties. Really bad for crops and cattle. We lost 11,000 head of cattle last week to drought.
Up here in MA i have never seen the weather be so unpredictable, unseasonably cool and rainy. But that will change i think, but God’s will be done. As for the politics, that continues to head south. To Sodom
We have had Waaaaayyyyy too much rain so far this summer, and last week we set 3 cold temp records. Thunderstorms woke us up at 4:45 this morning.
Someone told me that the Farmer's Almanac is forecasting a very active hurricane season this year, with massive rainfalls and heavy thunderstorms spinning off from the hurricanes.
I sure don't wish anyone death and destruction like happened in Galveston, but we sure could use a lot of heavy rains here.
Send some of that rain to oven roasted Texas.
It has hit 100 or better in the last 5 weeks here in San Antonio and very very little rain. El Nino is setting up and rains should eventually get here.
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