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  1. It might get hot next week. Just sayin.
  2. Wednesday would offer semi-widespread 100 degree potential on the 12z Euro as a tongue of 30C 925 mb temps spreads eastward to Lake Michigan by late afternoon. This is assuming it's right though, and at 6 days out there is plenty of time for that to back off even just a little.
  3. Too bad they can't send even a third of what fell in St Louis to southern Missouri.
  4. Things can still change, but at this point I don't really see anything to stop heat from materializing especially as we head toward the middle of next week. The big heat may not last long, but I think it's coming. Dismissing the extreme GFS of course, but some areas of the sub should have a shot at triple digits.
  5. ^Pretty embarrassing actually. Can't even blame it on some loony run that is 300 hrs out. That map is a week out, when you'd expect a reasonably accurate portrayal.
  6. We takin the under on 115 in Des Moines?
  7. PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ST LOUIS MO 448 PM CDT TUE JUL 26 2022 ..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON... ..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... ..REMARKS.. 0431 PM HEAVY RAIN 1 E SAINT PETERS 38.78N 90.59W 07/26/2022 E11.59 INCH ST. CHARLES MO TRAINED SPOTTER UPDATED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL SINCE MIDNIGHT. NO LONGER RAINING ON LOCATION.
  8. Relative to average, yeah, May wins. But seems like actual temps could surpass what happened in May *if* it lives up to potential.
  9. Pretty confident signal for that lead time
  10. Looks like it may have finally stopped raining at STL. I have the calendar day amount -- which begins at 1 am at this time of year -- at 8.64" and a 2 day total of 9.07". I think that's correct but someone correct me if it's wrong.
  11. St. Louis now has a higher record daily rainfall in meteorological summer than Miami, FL. You'd think that a tropical system would've dumped more on Miami at some point during summer (even though that is prior to peak season), but nope.
  12. Here's a fun one. There was more rain today at STL than there has been in the last 3 years in Las Vegas.
  13. Probably, but a 600 dm ridge wouldn't be unprecented in this sub. It has happened but it's rare.
  14. Man what a ridge on the long range GFS. 600 dm contour appears in the sub.
  15. Today's rainfall total so far at STL is more rain than had fallen in the past 2+ months combined, and it's still raining.
  16. To steal a line from a poster of yesteryear, that creek got hit with a big bag of wtf.
  17. The long range GFS is just crazy, but we have seen that modeled super heat not really materialize yet so a lot of skepticism is warranted. Good reason to think it will get warmer in August, but there's a big difference between getting warmer and what the GFS is advertising.
  18. Only about 8 months until winter's over.
  19. Next round of heat looks to occur sometime in early August. This would coincide with a potentially sizable dip in the PNA.
  20. LOT confirmed a third EF-0 from yesterday.
  21. Even Boston got to 100. Lots of heat in much of the CONUS.
  22. Noticed something a little interesting at ORD last night. The temp rose into the 80s after midnight. Probably doesn't happen very often.
  23. And yet, Dayton is running almost +1F in met summer so far.
  24. Not quite up to date, but this graphic from LOT shows the general idea.
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