US: Record Heat, Record Cold, Heavy Snow & Severe Weather All On The Same Chart!

Written by on July 9, 2016 in Summer 2016, United States of America with 0 Comments

The active northerly¬†July storm track continues and when you’ve a summer and autumn air mass with Sep/Oct lows in between, you get severe weather…

Yesterday’s storm reports.

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Today’s threat!

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It’s a steamy then stormy¬†Friday up the East Coast.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

Storm triggers storms, possible severe weather tonight and tomorrow.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

The atmosphere get’s cleaned out in the storm’s wake.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

Meanwhile, the South and Southeast is under the blowtorch.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

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While we’ve one system pushing through the Ohio Valley and interior Northeast tonight, the next system moves onshore in the Pacific Northwest and will present heavy snow to the Rockies and further severe weather to the N Plains Sunday.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

About As Extreme As It Get’s This Sunday!

Record cold in the Pacific Northeast/N Rockies vs record heat in the Dakotas Sunday PM. 30 below vs 20 above normal.

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

40s vs 100s

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Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Through next week and the system clears the EC allowing the southern heat to lift north.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

See this morning’s video.

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