Will Very Warm to Hot Hold Over Eastern US for Mid-July

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Wednesday: After a rather hot period July 4-8 for much of the country where highs of upper 80s to 100s will be widespread, the markets will turn to see if the hot ridge can hold over the east-central US after, as the bottom panels depict. However, there’s another camp of data, top panels, that believes weather systems with modest cooling will be able to sneak across the Great Lakes and NE US and shift the ridge toward the west-central US to ease nat gas demand from soon to be high levels. This would be the more neutral case. Which camp wins out will become clear in the next few days.

Wednesday: After a rather hot period July 4-8 for much of the country where highs of upper 80s to 100s will be widespread, the markets will turn to see if the hot ridge can hold over the east-central US after, as the bottom panels depict. However, there's another camp of data, top panels, that believes weather systems with modest cooling will be able to sneak across the Great Lakes and NE US and shift the ridge toward the west-central US to ease nat gas demand from soon to be high levels. This would be the more neutral case. Which camp wins out will become clear in the next few days.

Wednesday: After a rather hot period July 4-8 for much of the country where highs of upper 80s to 100s will be widespread, the markets will turn to see if the hot ridge can hold over the east-central US after, as the bottom panels depict. However, there’s another camp of data, top panels, that believes weather systems with modest cooling will be able to sneak across the Great Lakes and NE US and shift the ridge toward the west-central US to ease nat gas demand from soon to be high levels. This would be the more neutral case. Which camp wins out will become clear in the next few days.

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