Nice view! Though I have to ask: what’s beaming down there on the right?
That looks like the Wasatch Front. Am I right?
We’ve had very cool temps today and it just started pouring rain with thunder. I think the rain will stop in a couple of minutes because our thunderstorms don’t typically last very long.
Edit: Oh, and now it’s hail.
…and now, it’s slowing down again. Right on schedule.
You are correct! About 30 minutes north of salt lake.
Ha! I have no idea. Looks cool though!
Aha! I knew it!
“I’m not being dramatic, I’m being apocalyptic. There’s a difference.”
I get a shiver in my bones just thinking about Carl Weathers
We officially hit 101° today, the first time at 100° or higher since June 26th, 2015 and a new record high. This also breaks the record which was also set in 2015 on this date
78 degrees at 4:30am… Lovely!
Ok boys & girls… The EURO just updated with the GFS showing a possible HURRICANE developing in the CARIBBEAN around about JULY 1st timeline with development next week.
The CMC MODEL is further NORTH in the Bahamas! We have a fairly good correlation of Confidence that we might see some type of TROPICAL SYSTEM before JULY 1ST.
Current estimates are at 20% but confidence will increase as time goes on
Got ourselves a nice thunderstorm with torrential downpours
After another upper 90s day, this is a very welcome sight
Now Invest 94L… Pretty much set on the Caribbean late next week as a depression or tropical storm (Bonnie) for sure.
Confidence is now 60%
The NHC currently show 94L with a 70% chance of development. Current MODELS show 94L Grazing northern South America and moving into CENTRAL AMERICA (Nicaragua).
MODELS starting to show a 2nd WAVE following 94L with possible development as well
81°F, with a humidity that would make Atlantis look like Albuquerque. Expected to get close to 90, with thunderstorms. I’m staying inside where the A/C is. Then it plunges to 60°F overnight and tomorrow should be beautiful.
I thought I would be able to turn the AC off today, but nope. As always it’s 5 degrees warmer than they forecast, and the Hell Ball is glaring down.
The NWS is obviously still using 20th century data to model temperature forecasts.
A cool down today from the oppressive 90s with a high of only 83 and a low of 63