US June 2018 Outlook (Inc Video)

Written by on May 23, 2018 in United States of America with 0 Comments

While April was the coldest since 1997 for the US, in the starkest of contrasts, May is going to be the warmest for the US since 1983.

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While warmest for the nation, May has turned out very wet across Florida and Southeast and this soggy pattern looks likely to continue through much of June.

June may also commence with record low tornado numbers. The season is currently at a 13 year low.

Memorial Day Weekend

While a cool cutoff spins over the Desert Southwest and we’ve a tropical threat along the Gulf Coast, the Memorial Day weekend is looking hot for much of the Central US. Very soggy for Florida and South.

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According to the CFSv2 weeklies, June is looking warm for the majority of the country. Focus of wet will be over Florida and South.

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Precipitation anomaly

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Temperature anomaly

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Credit: Tropical Tidbits

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FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT: Max Guliani @maximusupinNYc

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