U.S. ‘anomalous weather pattern’ – Eastern heat wave mid July

Image Credit: NOAA/NASA GOES Project Caption Credit: NOAA

Heat wave building into the Ohio Valley and Eastern United States,” the press release from NASA states.

According to the report:

A very anomalous weather pattern is in place over the U.S. for mid-July. Trapped between an upper level ridge centered over the Ohio Valley and the closed upper level low over the Texas/Oklahoma border, atypical hot, muggy air is stifling a broad swath of the eastern U.S. The closed low is expected to drift west toward New Mexico bringing heavy, localized rain to some areas and temperatures running 10-20 degrees below mid-July averages. Across the east, temperatures will warm well into the 90’s and stay there through the week. This image was taken by the GOES East satellite at 12:45 p.m. EDT on July 15, 2013.

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