PeriShip Weekly Weather Outlook – 7/26/15 to 8/1/15

National Weather Outlook

As we close out the month of July anticipate rainfall and heavy thunderstorms all over the country throughout the week, which may impact the transit networks in certain areas. The Northeast will begin the week with rainfall and thunderstorms. The rain will spread to the Great Lakes region as well as parts of the West and South, including Colorado and New Mexico. Florida will experience heavy rainfall and severe thunderstorms throughout the entire week.

Going into Tuesday, the rain in the Northeast will move south towards the Carolinas and remain in the Great Lakes region. Scattered storm systems bringing rain will be present in the Southwest as well as parts of Montana.

On Wednesday, the storm system near the Carolinas will move east covering much of the Midwest and Southeast. The smaller storm systems in the Southwest will increase in size and move eastward. Moving towards the end of the week, these storm systems will form as one large storm system that covers much of the Midwest, Southeast, and parts of the Northeast bringing rain and thunderstorms. Due to the complexity of and unpredictability of the storms at the end of the week PeriShip will monitor and provide updates as applicable.

Weather at Major Express Sorting Hubs:

New York/NJ: Chances of thunderstorms on Monday and Friday. Partly cloudy and clear skies throughout the remainder of the week.
Operational Impact: Slight

Memphis: Clear and sunny skies throughout the week. Temperatures are in the high 90s.
Operational Impact: Minimal

Indianapolis: Many chances of thunderstorms throughout the week. Clear skies Friday and Saturday.
Operational Impact: Slight

Oakland: Skies will be partly cloudy with temperatures averaging in the mid 70s.
Operational Impact: Minimal

Fort Worth: Overall will be a clear and sunny week with the exception of a possible thunderstorm on Friday.
Operational Impact: Minimal 

Weather at Major Ground Sorting Hubs:

Orlando, FL;

Columbus, OH; Champaign, IL; Chicago, IL; Atlanta, GA; Woodbridge, NJ;
Kansas City, KS; Denver, CO; Charlotte, NC; Portland, OR; Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; Rialto, CA; Sacramento, CA; Salt Lake City, UT; St. Paul, MN; Ft. Worth, TX; Dallas, TX; Hartford, CT; Toledo, OH; Boone County, KY;Syracuse, NY; Hagerstown, MD; Harrisburg, PA; Nashville, TN; Memphis, TN;

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