Maybe someone else should start a thread?? The last 5 months have sucked balls! Need some new mojo!Football season is back to life, fall TV season is starting up again, and it sure looks like summer is gonna hang in firmly like several past sweatembers. Fire away.
Its not unheard of to get a big push of cooler air even as soon as 2 weeks from now. I've seen big cold fronts in Mid September where highs were in the 70s and lows in the upper 40s and low 50s with very low humidity.I wished we'd get a noticeably cooler change in temps but that is just a dream. Every year it stays hot on through October. CPC shows above average temperatures on through November. They show the same thing almost every year. Frost seems to be coming later each year also.
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That used to be correct. Growing up you could almost count on 50s by mid September. I guess that still happens occasionally but lately we can't even get below 60 outside the mountains before mid October anymore. Then it all comes at once and it's below average the end of October into November before the inevitable December torch sets it. That seems to be the cycle we're stuck in. I'd much rather like to see a below average September into the 1st half of October. A warmer November for a change and then flip to cold for December into JanuaryIts not unheard of to get a big push of cooler air even as soon as 2 weeks from now. I've seen big cold fronts in Mid September where highs were in the 70s and lows in the upper 40s and low 50s with very low humidity.
Wow! That’s some big adjustments! It gets into the upper 80s and 90s a good bit during the summer up here, but summer only lasts about 3 months!Lol, 'Very Hot' @ 84. my FIL is moving here from WI this Fall. Boy he's gonna be in for a world of hurt next summer if 84 is very hot.
What a retаrded statement. Seasons are relative—average temps in the vast majority of the South north of 30°N drop at least several °F from JJA averages by September, and cold fronts bringing temp drops are more common then. Sure, maybe the past years have been warmer than normal and your climate doesn't fit your preferences, but appropriating another climate's season timing isn't how it works.In the south, summer drags on forever.
When 588s are poking into Canada its going to be hot our best bet here is to drive a shortwave down the east side of the trough around d7 and cut it off over the regionI don't know if the GFS is on crack or not but what a terrible look going ito the second week of Sept on the 6z! Wowzers
FINALLY pushes a front through on the 12th and 13th but good grief!
It's actually very different on the 12z. Still hot, especially for the upper midwest, but way better for eastern sections; mainly 80s and low 90s instead of mid 90s to 100s. Only negative to that run is no big front at the end. Still pretty dry but overall wetter than the last run.Still there on 12z GFS too. September will be hot and dry for many of us.
(Whisper) Grand Solar Minimum...prepare yourselves, the weather is going to get very strange over the next 10 years.
You know, if we see the type of cold pattern we saw from mid November 2000 to the 2nd week of January 2001 this year during that time frame, I would very much take my chances on seeing at least 1 significant winter storm.It's an interesting way to put it since 00-01 was a 3rd year nina
I'd still roll the dice with a Dec 2000 snowstorm setup.You know, if we see the type of cold pattern we saw from mid November 2000 to the 2nd week of January 2001 this year during that time frame, I would very much take my chances on seeing at least 1 significant winter storm.