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I am expecting a yawn soon.  I suppose it could be outlooked (fwiw probably not much) worse.

CFS2 Monthly ridge axes either in Rockies or just to the lee of.  June looks warmest relative to normal while to me August looks coolest.

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No yawn from me, thats a northwest flow. Just keep that ridge well west of here and normal to a little above normal precip

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2 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Love when the gfs pumps upper 90s with rain and 94% cloud cover 

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Also despite 8 straight 12hr periods of measurable rain.  That is some hot air mass.....

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2 hours ago, tombo82685 said:

Love when the gfs pumps upper 90s with rain and 94% cloud cover 

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If it were winter, the op would have been the run with the 552dm height into the Poconos.

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