NEWS
Joel Burgio Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Mon May 20, 2013 06:21 AM CDT
EARLY LOOK WEATHER REPORT

NATIONAL TEMPERATURE/RAINFALL EXTREMES:

HIGH SUN...103 AT VERNON TX

LOW SUN...24 AT SANTA MARIA CO

24 HOUR RAINFALL THROUGH 7 PM CDT: DAYTONA BEACH FL 3.93 INCHES

US OUTLOOK AND MODEL DISCUSSION:

The US and European models are in fair to good agreement during the next 10 days.

This is a split jet stream pattern. The 6-10 day period, Saturday through next Wednesday, will feature a mean high latitude ridge over northwest and central Canada with a trough over northeast to east-central Canada. The southern branch of the jet stream will feature mean trough over the western ...

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