Heat And Humidity Pushed Into The Deep South

Monday August 6th, 2012

Could this be the first sign of summer beginning to lose it’s grip on the nation? A cold front sweeping through from New England to the Ohio Valley today will bring much cooler and drier weather to the Midwest and Great Lake States Monday. All of the really hot and sticky weather will be relegated to the Deep South from Louisiana to Georgia. This makes the national mean jump to 6.6 on Monday with Michigan leading the way. More importantly, I have not seen PWI 7’s and 8’s in Missouri and Kentucky for example, in a very long time. Surprisingly, perfect 10’s are few on Monday with most in far southwest New York and along the Northern

Jamestown, New York

California coast.  My picks for tomorrow include: Jamestown, New York…Brocton, New York…and North East, Pennsylvania. Out in California, some perfect 10’s include: Bridgeville and Whitehorn.

   Best                     Worst

1. Michigan              1. Alaska
2. Ohio                       2. Alabama
3. New York            3. Louisiana
4. Pennsylvania    4. Mississippi
5. Wisconsin           5. Georgia

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