Big Things in September August 31, 2015; 11:12 AM
Much above-normal warmth is in store for the next week from the Plains to the Northeast and mid-Atlantic states, while it turns much cooler throughout the Northwest.
Warmth More Certain Entering September, With Erika to Assist August 26, 2015; 11:18 AM
Despite the current chill, warmth is becoming more certain this weekend and beyond from the Plains to the Northeast, even as Erika threatens Florida Sunday night and Monday.
Tropical Influences on the Pattern August 24, 2015; 11:23 AM
While Danny has been declared an open wave, the low pressure area trailing it will likely have at least a passing impact on the weather along the East Coast next week.
Two Cooldowns Across the Country, but Summer Warmth Far From Over August 18, 2015; 11:17 AM
It may be hot now in the Northeast, but much cooler air is drilling into the Rockies and is heading eastward. An even cooler air mass this weekend and early next week will be followed by a stronger warming trend.
The Summer Winds Are Soon to be Blowin' In August 12, 2015; 11:23 AM
The retreat of the jet stream will lead to more warmth than not in much of the country heading into the second half of August.
More Concentrated Areas of Active Weather in the Coming Days August 07, 2015; 11:13 AM
More concentrated areas of active weather will be the rule into the early part of next week across the country as weak storms move steadily eastward.
Sizzling Heat in the Southern Plains; Active Weather Across the North August 06, 2015; 11:08 AM
A building upper-level ridge over the southern Plains will escalate the heat, while diverting disturbances with showers and thunderstorms around it through the northern Plains into the Great Lakes.
Going Back to the Well of Heat West; Cool Midwest July 30, 2015; 11:15 AM
A building upper-level ridge of high pressure in the West will promote hot, dry weather in the Northwest, while a downstream trough brings cooling through the Midwest into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley.
A Late-Summer Look to the Weather July 28, 2015; 11:28 AM
A pattern more typical of late July and early August is shaping up around the country, one with heat and humidity, but with fewer incidents of severe thunderstorms and flooding.
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