Gradual Cool Downing Canada to US Recent world climate News
A considerable cooldown will spread from eastern Canada to the northeastern United States for a few days, according to meteorologists, though it may take a few days to a week to get going. Even before the middle of the month, there is a chance that certain areas of the Southeast will experience a break from the usual August steambath.
The Northeast saw record high temperatures on Thursday, with parts of New York state and New England seeing their hottest day of the season. With a high of 99 F, Albany, New York, experienced its warmest day since July 21, 2011. But in the coming days, the high temperatures that approached triple digits will progressively decline. There will soon be comfort for those who battle with the regular August weather.
“Big changes in the weather pattern will allow cooler air to surge southward into the Northeast as the week progresses, following a few very warm days at the beginning of next week,” Meteorologist said.
The jet stream will begin to veer southward, creating a break that will allow cooler air from Canada to infiltrate the Northeast. This jet stream dip will start off small before developing into a significant southerly plunge later this week and the next weekend, allowing for the gradual settling of cooler air into the Northeast as well as portions of the Midwest and Southeast states.
Parts of the interior Northeast could experience temperatures 6 to 12 degrees lower from next Wednesday to Friday than they did this weekend, according to Meteorologist . Early in the week, highs will be in the 80s across the interior; however, towards the end of the week, they may only reach the 70s.
As a result of the recent high temperatures and humidity, “the cooldown will feel excessive for many individuals in the Northeast,” Meteorologist continued.
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