Denver snow, Dallas upper 90s, Nate drives July-like heat & humidity all the way to Prince Edward Island

Written by on October 10, 2017 in Summer 2017, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

An extreme pattern evolved this weekend just as Nate came ashore on the Gulf Coast, the 4th US hurricane landfall of 2017. A 2nd unusually deep, cold trough has dove down the Rockies and brought the first snowfall of the fall to Denver but an equally anomalous downstream ridge means summer lives on.

In these extreme cases, you get a huge variation in weather across a small area. Denver sees snow while Dallas sees record 90s!

Credit: Tropical Tidbits

Nate’s enhanced heat and humidity pump is sure being felt.



The thermometer read 70 degrees up as far as the Canadian border at dawn yesterday as Caribbean level humidity swept the East Coast. The strong flow stemming from the deep tropics continues to present mid summer-like heat and humidity all the way to Canada.

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