After what was finally an active June on the Central and Southern Plains, a throwback to prior decades where such a thing wasn’t uncommon, it looks like the weather will continue to make some sense for a bit as the summertime pattern continues to expand to more areas.
The Bottom Line
This week isn’t going to feature that many super robust severe weather threats across much of our focus-region — but there will be threats and severe weather warnings (and likely watches).
However, it is now very clear we are moving into a more summertime pattern with the jet stream flow shifting north moving into next week. As we discussed in our summer outlook blog, I suspect we’ll see the ridge flatten out from time to time. This will bring some flow (likely NW’ly or W’ly) throughout the summer, with associated severe weather risks.
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