Baldwin’s Tuesday Wx Blog for July 7

At a Glance

48-Hour Weather

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Any storm that develops this week could contain deadly cloud-to-ground lightning, torrential rainfall, and a damaging wind gust or two.

By Friday and the weekend, we may be dealing with a complex of storms or two dropping in from the north. Those could pack a punch. I’ll keep an eye on this. The main threat with these systems is straight-line winds.

Baldwin’s Severe Weather Concern

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Baldwin’s 7-Day forecast

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Daily Forecast

Today: Scattered showers and storms, especially this afternoon and evening.

Wednesday – Thursday: Hot and humid. Scattered, mainly afternoon/evening, showers and storms.

Friday – Sunday: Hot and humid. Scattered showers and storms. Any complex of storms that drops in from the north could contain stronger storms.

Monday: Continued hot and humid, with less coverage of mainly afternoon/evening showers and storms.

Baldwin’s Hay Day Forecast

Each day’s main threat is a risk for a mainly afternoon/evening shower or storm. Those chances are at about 50% each day. By Monday, our rain chances should drop back down. As of now, next week is trending drier. I’ll keep you posted!

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Yesterday’s National High and Low Temperature

High: 110 at Death Valley, California

Low: 26 at both Copper Basin, Idaho and Bodie State Park, California


An area of low pressure over the Southeast will move over the ocean waters off the Southeast Coast later this week. The system could then develop into a tropical system of some sort. That chance of development is at 40%.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Severe thunderstorms and heavy rainfall will threaten the northern plains. Another area of heavy rainfall will threaten parts of north Texas, including the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Meanwhile, the wildfire danger increases out west.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

More strong to severe storms are expected from Minnesota to Kansas. Heavy rainfall may be the main threat form north-central Kansas and south-central Nebraska. Another area of heavy rainfall will be found along the North Carolina coastline, as a tropical system organizes there. The wildfire danger remains elevated across parts of the Southwest.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

As of now, a quiet day is expected across the nation.



On this day in 1981 a snowstorm dropped 10 inches of snow on Montana’s Glacier National Park. Wind gust to 90 mph were also recorded!

Long Range Outlook 

Average temps and below average rainfall are depicted in extended outlooks going into the middle of July (12th-16th).





You all have a great day!

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