Rare Upper Pattern; Weekend Front?



June 25, 2008

It has been a year of exceptional weather in many ways: the never-ending wind of this winter and spring, the March snowfall, the extreme tornado season of 2008 (nationally), as well as the unusually cool spring across much of the nation.

Now, a rare upper air pattern will push a cold front well to the south to end the month of June. This is quite rare for so late in the season.  The deep northerly wind flow developing over the Great Lakes by Saturday will press the front at least to the Red River and perhaps even south to Dallas or Waco . Lifting provided by the front will interact with Gulf moisture to set the stage for scattered locally heavy rainfall this weekend.

Depending on where the front stalls, showers weather may linger for several days, or it may dry out by Monday.  Rain would be good news to wet down the ground and green things up just in time for July4th!

Take Care,

Steve LaNore

Chief Meteorologist




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