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Wednesday:  An unseasonably strong cool shot continues to bring comfortable highs of 70s to 80s across the central US, Midwest, and Ohio Valley (image above).  Regionally strong demand remains over the western and southern US as hot upper high pressure keeps highs in the 90s to 100s. National demand will increase this weekend and next week as high pressure regains territory over the central and northern US with highs of upper 80s to lower 90s returning from Chicago to NYC, while remaining hot and humid over the southern US with 90s-100s. The overnight GFS trended further cooler across northern US late next week and beyond to gradually ease national demand. However, the European model keeps the hot upper ridge strong over most of the US.  Again, it’s a very warm to hot pattern regardless, but the differences between the GFS and European models are stark.

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