"Like" for the update, Larry, not so much for the actual news. So, been thinkin' (bad omen to start a post with .. me thinking), but things are so topsy-turvey, instead of a solar minimum or a sleepy sun, maybe we need a raging set of sunspots ... something's gotta change and conventional wisdom on models, climo, MJO, acorns and any and everything else one can think of is all upside down ... so, here's to thinking way outside the box and hoping ... for Judah's snow pack to collapse and the MJO to go into permanent stall and a + PNA all winter and ... well, something's gotta work ... maybe upside down will?
Unfortunately, even with clouds, scattered storms and outflow, will
see record temperatures again as convection fires around peak
heating. Middle GA likely to go near or over 100F in spite of
guidance continuing with cooler temps. Have bumped daytime temps up around 3-4 degs today and Sunday, based on 3-day forecast biases.
With dewpoints also a little higher than yesterday, heat indices
will be approaching advisory criteria. Exceeded criteria yesterday
at a few USFS RAWS stations in middle GA. Will need to monitor these