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Pattern Juggernaut June

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MCS pattern was interesting, not often you get damaging wind events back to back like that around CLT altho it can happen
 
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The heat is really going to kick into high gear here this week. Looks like upper 80s Thurs-Sat and lows at night near 70. Very well could have the first 90 degree of the season.
 

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Just read a post from DT on FB, about how bad the GFS and it’s upgrades are, we all understand that! But he said the Euro got an upgrade 2 weeks ago, anybody heard about the Euro upgrade?? It’s news to me
 

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Just read a post from DT on FB, about how bad the GFS and it’s upgrades are, we all understand that! But he said the Euro got an upgrade 2 weeks ago, anybody heard about the Euro upgrade?? It’s news to me
I believe Larry mentioned it around the time it happened. Probably haven't heard much because it unlike the FV3 GFS is likely performing much better.
 

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This will go well with the zero rain! View attachment 20651
Heat looks legit though with building heights aloft. May not be daily 100s but a 7+ day period of highs solidly in the 92-96 range with a few 97-100s looks likely starting as early as Thursday and going through at least the 4th. I do believe that we get into a better pattern after the 4th and through the rest of July but we will see.

On the bright side the 2nd week of July is the hottest on average and we start slowly slipping back after that

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Heat looks legit though with building heights aloft. May not be daily 100s but a 7+ day period of highs solidly in the 92-96 range with a few 97-100s looks likely starting as early as Thursday and going through at least the 4th. I do believe that we get into a better pattern after the 4th and through the rest of July but we will see.

On the bright side the 2nd week of July is the hottest on average and we start slowly slipping back after that

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Yeah, and I’m already noticing the shorter days!🙂
 

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So is Nashville going to get in on the near triple digit heat anytime soon? Or will July 4 feature mother nature's fireworks, MCA's, etc?
 

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So is Nashville going to get in on the near triple digit heat anytime soon? Or will July 4 feature mother nature's fireworks, MCA's, etc?
No heat only exists in the Piedmont and coastal plain of the Carolinas

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This will go well with the zero rain! 🙄View attachment 20651
I wouldn't sweat it. Based on the late May heatwave, the Euro was much too hot 5-7 days in advance of it. I mean it was showing some crazy unbelievable sheet like 109-111 at Waycross/SE GA/N FL. (Nobody openly believed that nonsense.) The old GFS did much better though that's no longer being used. Per a Maxar met., the Euro tends to overdo heat due to too low dewpoints. I'm assuming that's still the case despite an upgrade since then. Also, July 4th is still 9 days away. So, model accuracy that far out for any single day's temps has to be small.
 

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or the joyless july thread Lol.

Fire it up
If I fired up a thread, one of two things would happen ... 1) Shetley would be the only member to get rain for the entire 31 days and Birdman would concurrently make sense, or 2) it would snow ... I defer ... :cool:
 
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