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Wet pattern followed by below normal temperatures

By Jason Christian, Blue Weather & RealWV


The ensemble data is showing above normal rainfall is to be expected over the next two weeks especially in the red zone. 

Image 2 shows the 7 day rainfall outlook where as much as 2-4” of rainfall is expected in parts of Kentucky, Tennessee, and the NC mountains. A general 1-3” will be possible in southern WV but less than that in the northern counties. These aren’t all day rains but when it does rain it will put it down. 

This pattern will likely cause below normal temps next week with a trough developing in east as you can see in image 3. 

The Canadian ensembles in image 4 show 5-9 degrees below normal if you’re from the Appalachian mountains and west.

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