We’re still dealing with the same few issues we were yesterday. Harvey, heat, and a cold front. Here are a few quick notes on each. Click on any one of the links for more information.
- HARVEY’s remnants continue northeast today. They will bring clouds, showers, and storms to the Mid Atlantic as they merge with a cold front in the region. The severe weather risk today will be much smaller compared to yesterday as the system shifts towards the shore.
- HEAT continues on the West Coast as high pressure continues to build over the region. Highs well over 100F are once again expected across a wide swath of California.
- A COLD FRONT continues to move southeast across the Northern Plains/Great Lakes region. It’s lost a fair amount of its upper level support, so it isn’t expected to be a big factor in the weather, but it will disrupt what’s otherwise nearly flawless high pressure across the western two thirds of the nation.
Other than those systems, generally quiet and mild weather is expected across the US today. For more information on your local forecast, head on over to weather.us.
For more information on the local forecast for Maine and New Hampshire, check out my local blog post from this morning.
I’ll have another update tomorrow morning at the latest.