What spells disaster?
A heat wave with a approaching cold front is the correct answer. The mercury has already hit 94 degrees and it’s only 1:30pm in the afternoon. Tomorrow afternoon a strong cold front sweeping across the plains will make it’s way towards the east coast. A “Bermuda High” positioned off the SE coast will drag hot and unsettled weather from the Gulf of Mexico and spread it north along the Appalachians. When the approaching cold front hits this mass of warm moist air, Severe thunderstorms will explode bringing tornadoes, hail, deadly lightning and strong winds. Be prepared for the possibility of severe weather Sunday afternoon into Sunday night. This looks like it could be our first major thunderstorm activity of the year.
Tornado activity has been increasing over the last two weeks across the US after a record low start.