close Video National forecast for June 24 Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean has your FoxCast. The heat won’t be going anywhere for the rest of the summer. Above-normal temperatures are likely to stick around from July to September across the West, Gulf Coast states and along the East Coast, according to a recent forecast by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). “The July-August-September (JAS) 2020 temperature outlook predicts likely above normal temperatures across Alaska and most of the contiguous U.S. (CONUS), with the exception being some areas near the Central Mississippi Valley, where equal chances (EC) of below, near and above normal temperatures are indicated,” the Climate Prediction Center (CPC) said in its most recent outlook. 2020 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON MAY BE ‘EXTREMELY ACTIVE,’ WITH 13 TO 19 NAMED STORMS, NOAA SAYS Last month, forecasters said parts of the Midwest would have normal temperatures this summer. But in the most recent outlook, that appears to have shrunk to the mid-Mississippi Valley area. Above-normal temperatures are expected out West, along the Gulf Coast, and the East through September 2020. (Fox News) In terms of precipitation, the NOAA said above-normal precipitation is likely for southern regions of Alaska, in addition to much of the eastern U.S. and the Midwest into the Southeast and… Read full this story
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