Two-week forecast shows hot and wet for parts of the U.S.
Above-normal temperatures are expected over the western and central U.S. The Central and Southern Plains have the highest probabilities for above normal temperatures due to a strong ridge. Above normal temperatures are also expected for the Southwest and Great Basin, albeit with lower probabilities due to the likelihood of enhanced monsoon rainfall, reports Livestock WX.
In Week 2, below-normal temperatures are most likely across parts of the Northern Plains, the Mississippi Valley, the Great Lakes, the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys, and parts of the interior Northeast due to the forecast troughing.
Above normal temperatures are favored for parts of the Southeast and along the coastal Eastern U.S. The amplifying ridge favors above normal temperatures across much of the western U.S. and the Central and Southern Great Plains. The Southern Plains have the highest odds for above normal temperatures.
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