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U.S. Hazards Outlook - Made Jan 01, 1970

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Valid Thursday, February 28, 2019 to Monday, March 11, 2019

Summary of Forecasts and Hazards

US Hazards Outlook
NWS Climate Prediction Center College Park MD
300 PM EDT July 10 2020

Synopsis: Mid-level high pressure over the central and eastern U.S. continues to be favored by the models and is likely to lead to excessive heat concerns for many areas east of the Rockies. The predicted heat wave during mid to late July is also likely to promote and worsen drought conditions across parts of the Great Plains and Corn Belt during week-2. Mid-level ridging over Alaska is also expected to lead to above-average temperatures across the Mainland.

Hazards
  • Moderate risk of excessive heat from the Central and Southern Great Plains eastward to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, Sat-Fri, Jul 18-24.
  • Slight risk of excessive heat for parts of the Southwest, Central, and Eastern U.S., Sat-Fri, Jul 18-24.
Detailed Summary

For Monday July 13 - Friday July 17: WPC Days 3-7 U.S. Hazards

For Saturday July 18 - Friday July 24:

Forecaster: Nick Novella

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