Joe Lundberg

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  • A Cool End to July

    July 23, 2014; 11:13 AM

    Despite the heat and humidity in the East today and a surge of intense heat and humidity coming out of the central and southern Plains for a brief period of time, cool air will dominate the pattern through the end of July from the Plains to the Appalachians.

  • Deep Trough Lifts out, With Ridging Set to Expand

    July 16, 2014; 11:13 AM

    In the wake of the deep upper-level trough over the Great Lakes to the Tennessee Valley, a strong upper-level ridge is poised to blossom over the Rockies, one that will bring on the heat this weekend into the start of next week.

  • Big Chill Followed by Summer's Return

    July 15, 2014; 11:43 AM

    Beyond the big chill now engulfing the Plains, it will turn warmer and more humid in the East back into the Ohio Valley. The heat will be turned up in the northern and eastern Rockies and northern Plains into the Midwest this weekend into early next week.

  • Heat, Chill and Floods

    July 14, 2014; 11:20 AM

    The West is very hot, while it is turning much cooler in the Plains and Mississippi Valley. Before the cooler air reaches the South and East, there will be a lot of showers and thunderstorms, including severe weather and flooding.

  • The Strong Cold Fronts Keep A Comin'

    July 08, 2014; 11:24 AM

    One strong cold front moving through the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley this afternoon will be followed by another one to begin next week, and the recurving of a Typhoon in the western Pacific may enhance the cooling behind it.

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Joe Lundberg
Joe Lundberg, a veteran AccuWeather.com forecaster and meteorologist, covers both short and long-term U.S. weather on this blog.