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This Weather Pattern Will Be Bizarre… YouTube Video

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In this video we are talking about the record breaking heat wave, ring of fire weather pattern, and new activity in the tropical Atlantic.

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Right now, millions of Americans are dealing with a dangerous and record breaking heat wave. It’s so oppressive, a unique weather pattern is developing where strong storms are going to start rotating around it. This is what we call the ring of fire.On top of that, an explosion of tropical activity is occurring in the Atlantic Ocean and things are about to get very interesting. But before we dive into the tropical side of things, we have to talk about what’s going on in the nation’s Heartland. Hundreds of records are being broken or challenged as places between Dallas and Chicago see several days at or above 115 °F and the records that are being broken were set way back in 1936 during the dust bowl era. Just look at all the excessive heat warnings that have been issued by the National Weather service. This is obviously a problem in the sense that heat related illnesses are on the rise. But this kind of heat wave also puts heavy stress on the power grid due to the excess demand and energy. I would not be surprised at all to see temporary power outages in the areas where the hottest temperatures exist for extended periods of time. But there is relief in sight this weekend, the northern side of the high pressure ridge that’s causing this heat wave will collapse on itself. And that’s going to allow for the jet stream to dip lower into the US, bringing down cooler air.

But the farther south you live, the longer it’s going to take for this relief to get to you in places like Texas and Louisiana, it could be early next week before we see the temperatures start to go down. But that actually leads us to another problem. The ring of fire see the area of high pressure that’s causing this heat dome is one for the record books. It’s so strong, it’s pushing the jet stream up and around it like this. This makes the center of the dome Impenetrable to storm systems. But instead of just disappearing, the storms catch a ride on the jet stream and just go around it like this. Hence the ring of fire. And it’s not uncommon for these storms to get a boost as they go over the ridge, kind of like the acceleration you get when you go down the initial fall of a roller coaster. And this is exactly we have a chance for severe weather in the Ohio Valley on Thursday. A fast moving piece of energy rounding the heat dome will race through the Great Lakes region from Canada. And since the heat dome will be so rich with moisture. Some of that will actually help fuel the firing of new storms on the southern side of the system, severe winds, hail and an isolated tornado or two cannot be rolled out.

And that’s actually going to continue into Friday from Kentucky over into the Mid Atlantic region where once again, we have the real chance of seeing severe weather thanks to our a fire, but this system is just one of many that we’re going to see coming over the next week or so.

And as each one progresses through, they’re going to chip away at the heat dome bit by bit. Eventually, the jet stream is going to be able to send rain and storms as far south as Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas slowly but surely the high pressure ridge will weaken out and areas of moisture will work over these drought ridden zones. I think by Wednesday of next week, everyone will have seen at least a Sprinkle that was once under the oppressive heat dome and the temperatures will be cooling down a lot too, but we need more than a Sprinkle out here. The drought is getting really bad in certain parts of the central US. And there is one thing that could potentially allow for enough moisture to come into the country to really make a difference this time of year. I’m talking about hurricanes as bad as they are for the coastal areas. This could be a drought busting solution for everyone that’s needing rain. Imagine the central US as a really hungry person. Well, a Gulf of Mexico moisture loaded tropical system is like a steak dinner with baked potatoes right now and it looks like dinner may actually be served soon. An explosion of tropical activity is currently happening in the Atlantic Ocean.

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If this happens, there’s a chance that Franklin could come towards the US and there would be absolutely nothing stopping it from becoming a hurricane as the sea surface temperatures out here are still off the charts warm. But remember how talked about how the heat dome was going to break down in the continental US and how that would allow for the jet stream to dip farther south. Well, the timing for that could not be more perfect because it very likely will be our saving grace here. According to the Euro model, a dip in the jet stream will sweep across the eastern US just in time to swat Franklin away. This would either push it to Nova Scotia towards the middle of next week or it could get flung all the way out to sea and not really bother anyone. But there’s also a slight chance that the models are wrong about the timing of placement of the jet stream that’s coming in to save the day. If it takes longer for the heat dome to break down the dip in the jet stream may not extend out into the Atlantic Ocean until Franklin has gotten much closer to the US.

This could actually lead to the storm heading towards the Carolinas or even the Mid Atlantic region. It could even lead to a situation where the storm just kind of rides the coast like a northeaster, but we’re really just too far out to make any definitive predictions right now.

If I lived on the east coast. I would be watching this one just in case. Now, another area of interest I am invested in is down here near the Yucatan Peninsula. Later this week into this weekend, an area of thunderstorms will form over the peninsula and move into the Gulf of Mexico from there. It’s going to have untapped access to some of the warmest waters we have ever seen and it could rapidly develop into a hurricane as it moves towards the US. This would be a worst case scenario. And once again, it’s too early to be taking any of this as gospel. But this is exactly what I’ve been hooting and hollering about for months. If a can get going out here, there’s a good chance it’s going to be bad. Earlier runs of the Euro model turned this into a major hurricane and slammed it into Florida by the end of next week. But the GFS, another very reputable forecast model doesn’t see it at all. All we can do at this point is just hope for the best and stay updated on the latest information as it comes out and remember, don’t be scared, be prepared. We can usually see hurricanes coming from literally hundreds of miles away.

So as long as you have a plan in place and you know what you’re going to do when the time comes, you’re going to be just fine, go over your hurricane action plan and subscribe to this channel. Because, you know, I’m going to be yapping about the weather all season long and if a hurricane does make landfall in the US this year, I’m going to be live for the whole thing with storm chasers, cameras and scientific probes on the ground showing you an unfiltered view of what’s actually going on in real time.

Ok. Thank you so much for watching. I’ll see you in the next one. Goodbye.

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