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Baldwin’s Monday Wx Blog for July 27

Believe you can and you’re halfway there

At a Glance

48-Hour Weather

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Storms this week will pose a deadly cloud-to-ground lightning risk. There is also the potential for torrential downpours of rain that could lead to some of you picking up several inches of rain this week. Some storms could also produce a damaging wind gust.

Baldwin’s Severe Weather Concern

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Baldwin’s 7-Day forecast

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Daily Forecast

Today: Partly cloudy with a chance for an afternoon or evening shower or storm. Today could be the driest day of this week.

Tuesday – Friday: Scattered showers and storms. Some rainfall could be heavy.

Saturday – Sunday: A chance for showers and storms.

Baldwin’s Hay Day Forecast

Some days may be downgraded to an X, for a bad hay day, but for now I’ll leave most days at half a hay bale, owing to the mainly afternoon and evening nature of many of this week’s storms. Today is certainly looking like the driest day of this workweek.

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Yesterday’s National High and Low Temperature

High: 116 at Death Valley, California

Low: 27 at Chouteau, Montana


We’ll likely have our ninth named storm of the season by tomorrow evening. That storm is forecast to track toward the US, with a possible turn out to sea just before making landfall on the Southeast Coast this coming weekend. We’ll track that forecast and monitor its evolution as we go through the week. All interests along the US coastline should monitor the forecast closely.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Heavy rainfall threatens portions of the central plains and lower Ohio Valley, while remnants of Hanna continue to bring downpours to parts of the Gulf Coast.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Heavy rainfall can be found across parts of the southern plains.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

More heavy rainfall threatens parts of the plains. It’s been a wet summer for those folks!



On this day in 1952 Nashville set their all-time record high for July when they reached 107 degrees for an afternoon high! Clarksville, TN, located about an hour northwest of Nashville in Middle TN, set their all-time record high for July on that day, as well, when they hit 110 degrees.

Long Range Outlook 

The first week of August continues to trend cooler than average. Rainfall looks to be average to above average.





Weather Shot

A beautiful sunrise from the Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuge this Monday morning. Picture compliments of the US Department of the Interior.


NASA Nerdology

With the launch of our next Mars rover scheduled for July 30th, NASA will be doing all kinds of updates on that launch as we go through this week. They have one news conference scheduled for today at noon. More info can be found here

This could be something for the kids to look into! This is a very exciting launch and I’ll have more info as we go through the week!

You all have a great day!

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