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July 2019 Discussion with WeatherTrends360

July 2019 Discussion with WeatherTrends360

Jonathan Carr 🕔11:49, 5.Jul 2019

It’s time to harness WeatherTrends360 technology and look at how the rest of July 2019 should play out. WeatherTrends360 algorithms are documented with an 84% verification rate and are based on oceanic water cycles, time table series and very complex

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Florida in New Jersey (July 2-7)

Florida in New Jersey (July 2-7)

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:29, 2.Jul 2019

Discussion: The pattern seems pretty locked this week. If you are familiar with Florida weather then you should have a good idea what to expect. Basically every day will reach summery-warm temperatures (at least 80s everywhere 90s away from the

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Warm and Unsettled (June 28-30)

Warm and Unsettled (June 28-30)

Jonathan Carr 🕔23:54, 27.Jun 2019

Discussion: Upper-level ridging will temporarily give way to a shortwave/ULL between Sunday-Tuesday. That will eventually cool us off a little at the surface. But from now through Sunday morning the heat and humidity should remain. The dynamics Saturday, especially Saturday

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And the Livin’s Easy (June 24-28)

And the Livin’s Easy (June 24-28)

Jonathan Carr 🕔12:01, 24.Jun 2019

Discussion: It’s summertime to further explain the article title. Those of you who never start no static will get it. The week starts with a decaying trough to our NW. The bottom-rounding energy will power a frontal passage of rain

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Marvelous Conditions (June 21-23)

Marvelous Conditions (June 21-23)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:38, 20.Jun 2019

Discussion: Give it until early-afternoon Friday for rain to clear out. If all goes well it might clear by late-morning. The rain, maybe a few boomers, will be from energy departing with the developed surface low to our NE. After

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Unsettled and Stormy (June 17-21)

Unsettled and Stormy (June 17-21)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:23, 16.Jun 2019

Discussion: The upper-level jet looks fairly flat and zonal through the N Mid-Atlantic and NorthEast US. Upper-level geopotential height anomalies appear neutral to slightly-below average. Basically a frontal boundary is going to drape and stall through the Mid-Atlantic US this

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Dry and Sunny (June 14-16)

Dry and Sunny (June 14-16)

Jonathan Carr 🕔16:53, 13.Jun 2019

Discussion: After a few more isolated/scattered showers and thunderstorms this evening our E Great Lakes disturbance will then lift into Canada. High pressure, moving across N Carolina, will dominate the weekend pattern. Throughout the course of the weekend we’ll transition

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June 12: Rain is Approaching

June 12: Rain is Approaching

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:46, 12.Jun 2019

Discussion: An area of high pressure has had control of the region for a few days now. It has provided cool, dry and sinking air mass which meant comfortable and sunny conditions. High pressure will now move offshore as low

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Beautiful Start (June 7-9)

Beautiful Start (June 7-9)

Jonathan Carr 🕔21:36, 6.Jun 2019

Discussion: High pressure should move across New England on Friday and Saturday dominating the region with dry sinking air. This means lots of sun without the elevated humidity. It also means onshore flow for us given our S position to

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June 2019 Discussion with WeatherTrends360

June 2019 Discussion with WeatherTrends360

Jonathan Carr 🕔15:25, 3.Jun 2019

It’s time to harness WeatherTrends360 technology and look at how the rest of June 2019 should play out. WeatherTrends360 algorithms are documented with an 84% verification rate and are based on oceanic water cycles, time table series and very complex

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