Looks like we’ve broken our streak of a cold March, maybe April can be AN aswell, altho that -NAO is still appearing in the LR, looks like that ridge flex next week will provide more borderline heatToday marks the 3rd consecutive day of 80*F+ temps.
The big difference between this year and the last 2 year is that we're finally see a normal spring transition (trees / flowers are gradually budding and blooming with roller coaster temps), versus trees in full bloom by mid/late February.
I think low-90s are a stretch, mid-80s might be possible though.
Only reason I say that is because with the past 2 warmups, the GFS was to low by 5-8 degrees, the gfs a few days ago showed temps that would be around 79 Degrees today, ended up touching 85 at my location, Hrrr often gets that BL mixing better which the GFS struggles withI think low-90s are a stretch, mid-80s might be possible though.
Glad we finally broke the streak of below average for March. Does that mean we finally broke the pattern? Probably not, just means we'll torch 12 months of the year instead of 10!
Here in most tennessee it’s anything but dry... can’t even get out mow grass . Getting bad
I hope you're right, because if we have to spend the summer stuck at home quarantined, and not able to do any summer activities, OUCH!Call me an eternal optimist, but I don’t think coronavirus has a chance once this ridge tries to flex. I’m not sure the Chinese Flu knows what it’s up against. #SER