Rainshadow Posted May 16, 2017 Report Share Posted May 16, 2017 Well why should it be different I suppose. Looks like the climate models want to keep the middle of the country wet which at least should offer a fighting opportunity to the heat ridge if close. Doesnt say much about the Bermuda high though. The IMME is not as torrid, maybe the Euro is inbetween. Anyway every cooler than average May this century has resulted in a hotter than average summer. Then 14 of 17 have been. CFS2 looks like its pendulum swinging back to a weak nino. Enjoy. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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