Today's Weather Outlook
6:45 AM EDT, July 29, 2012
By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Seth Carrier
As the last weekend of July wraps up, a wide range of weather will be featured across the U.S., including typical summer showers and thunderstorms along the Rocky Front Range and Atlantic Coast. Stuck in between will be the seemingly never-ending heat and humidity.
WeatherBug Meteorologist Rob Koch has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.
The East Coast will have to endure another day of scattered showers and thunderstorms in what has seemingly become a daily occurrence. Temperatures will be slightly cool in New England with highs in the 70s, while 80s and lower 90s will dominate the Mid-Atlantic and Carolinas.
Air conditioners will be humming across the Plains where the heat will be in full force. The only relief will be short-lived in hit-or-miss thunderstorms from Texas to the U.S. and Canada border. Highs in the 90s will be common, with triple-digits covering northern Texas to western Kansas. Similar weather will take up residence across the Southeast, where temperatures will still surge into the 90s despite the threat for a few afternoon thunderstorms.
West Coast residents will enjoy beautiful weather, while the only potential problem will be across the Rocky Front Range. Here, numerous showers and thunderstorms will interrupt outdoor plans. As usual, the hottest spot will be the Desert Southwest, where triple digits will be common. The coolest spot will be the Colorado Rockies in the 70s and 80s; everywhere else will see 80s and 90s.
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