Weather Post – Sunday, June 17, 2018 – Saturday, June 23, 2018
Sunday, June 17, 2017 – Saturday, June 23, 2018
Northeast (ME, VT, NH, PA, NY, NJ, CT, MA, RI, MD, NJ): A very hot and humid day is in store on Monday across the region where heat index values could range as high as the low 100’s across a large portion of New England to as high as 105-110 across NJ and MD. In addition to high heat and humidity, the potential will exist for some strong-to-severe thunderstorms across the region on Monday and then potentially Tuesday as well with Tuesday’s potential down across southeastern PA, NJ, and MD. A few showers and thunderstorms could occur Wednesday across extreme southern PA and MD, however, higher pressure looks to build in towards the end of the week with warm temperatures and lower humidity.
Southeast/mid-Atlantic (KY, WV, VA, TN, NC, SC, AR, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL): Monday and Tuesday will be hot and humid, especially across the mid-Atlantic states with high temperatures well into the 90’s and heat index values between 105-110 in many places. A front boundary will also approach the mid-Atlantic and stall across the region leading to daily potential of showers and thunderstorms. A few strong-to-severe thunderstorms will be possible. Across the southeastern United States isolated-to-widely scattered showers and thunderstorms can be expected daily due to heat and humidity.
Midwest (ND, SD, NE, KS, MN, IA, MO, WI, MI, IL, IN, OH): A frontal boundary moving through WI, IA, the Ohio Valley and through the central Plains will be accompanied by showers and thunderstorms on Monday. Some of these thunderstorms will have the potential to become strong-to-severe. This frontal boundary stalls across the Ohio Valley back into the central Plains and this will result in daily shower and thunderstorm chances through the week. Each day will yield some potential for a few strong-to-severe thunderstorms.
South/Southwest (OK, TX, AZ, NM): Hot and humid conditions will result in scattered showers and thunderstorms developing daily across portions of eastern NM, TX, and OK. Hot and dry conditions will prevail across AZ with high temperatures well into the 100’s across the desert.
Intermountain West (MT, WY, ID, NV, UT, CO): Isolated-to-widely scattered showers and thunderstorms will likely develop across the region (particularly across portions of MT, WY, ID, CO, and UT) daily. A big warming trend expected as the week progresses across NV as another round of high heat works into the desert areas.
Pacific (WA, OR, CA): Some isolated showers will be possible at times around mid-week across parts of northern CA, WA, and OR, however, no significant weather hazards are expected through the week.
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