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A Pattern of Severe Weather

July 07, 2014; 10:29 AM

In the video, I talked about how we are going into a pattern where the troughs will continue to move into the Midwest and Great Lakes producing rounds of severe storms for at least the next two weeks, if not beyond. Surges of heat will come into the Ohio Valley and Northeast ahead of each trough, but cooldown right behind the fronts that go through.

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Henry Margusity
AccuWeather.com severe weather expert, Henry Margusity, offers the Meteorological Madness blog including detailed analysis of severe weather across the US.