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Friday:  The overnight weather data had both the GFS and European models gain a very minor 1-2 TDDs.  No major changes as slightly stronger than normal national demand will continue through next week as a series of weather systems sweep across the US with showers, thunderstorms, and cooler than normal highs of 50s and 60s, lows of 30s and 40s for stronger than normal late season demand, focused over the Midwest/Plains/Great Lakes and Northeast. Although, cooling has also pushed into areas of the South and Southeast to drop very warm conditions into the comfortable highs of 70s to 80s for light cooling needs across the southern US.  What’s likely to be most important after the weekend break is if the weather data continues to favor a light national demand pattern May 13-20 as the southern US becomes warm to very warm with highs of 80s to 90s but countered by HDDs fading across the northern US as highs reach the near perfect upper-60s to lower 80s.  As such, the May 13-20th period still isn’t hot or cold enough overall.  Image shows cool lows of 30s and 40s across the northern 1/2 of the US early next week.

 

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