We have one more Indian Summer warm day in the 70s to be followed by a quiet transition back to the 60s through the weekend. The real action will be next week when a stormy pattern in the deep south that works its way from Texas and the Gulf of Mexico to the the north.  There are a few important items that will surface which I believe we should pay attention to. This includes a drought busting rain that may flip the coin to flooding in those same areas. It also reminds me of the May flooding that was followed by out wettest June on record. Could it be a repeating pattern in atmospheric memory? I understand this is a long range outlook most of which focuses on the south, so here is out important weather image. See more on the storm below.

Temperature Outlook: Return to normal

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Weather Pattern: Southern Spotlight

Severe Drought In Texas And Lower Mississippi River Valley

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Flooding Rain: Dallas Area Expected Over 10 Inches Of Rain



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Pattern: Something Tropical Might Try To Form Off South Texas Coast

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Now, take a look at some of the flooding from May and compare to our wettest June on Record

May Flooding In Texas

Video: Wall Of Water In Living Room


June: Wettest on Record in Baltimore

Record June Rain Record- Atmospheric Memory

27 Flood Photos From June 27 Storm

Flooding makes manhole cover dance in Baltimore (video)

4 Inch hail In Baltimore County

Record Wettest June in Baltimore- More on the way


Definitely something worth watching. If the patter is to repeat, we would start to see signals of active weather by Thanksgiving. Stay tuned…


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