This isn't a precursor to an over correction, there's a very good reason the models suddenly shifted wetter here and the changes are likely real & still emerging as I've discussed in the new upper low thread.Mmm. Perfect. Right where I wanna before the inevitable over correction...
This correction is almost certainly due to the poorly forecast mesolow over the southern plains and diabatic outflow from TD one/Arthur to a lesser extent thereafter. Some of the synoptic tweak attributable to TD One/Arthur was already "baked" into the models yesterday imo
The rain gods are fickle creatures. I'm just trying a little reverse psychology on 'em.This isn't a precursor to an over correction, there's a very good reason the models suddenly shifted wetter here and the changes are likely real & still emerging as I've discussed in the new upper low thread.
It's definitely a far cry from those who thought the rain chances were basically disappearing next week.
Fear not! For the above normal temperatures will return just in time for December!
I'll need to check this on my PWS, but I seriously feel like i've seen more time in the 30's this May than I have in the 70's for MBY.
Thank you!!! I mean, we always have pretty hot summers and very high humidity. Couple years ago we had a fairly ok "coolish" summer and winter turned out great with 3 snow events for me. If we get a below average summer for at least half of it than bring itI don’t know about you guys but I’d be fine with a below average summer, We haven’t had one in a while.