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week 1- High-pressure should still dominate the Midwest for the first week of August. Look for monsoon patterns in the Plains states but dryness in the Central states and northern Corn Belt.
West Coast- Cooler in the PNW and unsettled; temperate to the south
Mountain/High Plains- Thunderstorms in the High Plains north and south
Mid-Continent - Hot and dry Central States and Corn Belt
East Coast-Dry to the south; cool, unsettled to the north
week 2- A shift to low pressure in the Pacific should move the storm jet farther south along the coast and then into the Midwest. Look for moderately wet conditions in the Corn Belt and Gulf Coast at midweek. Cooler and unsettled into the PNW.
West Coast-Cooler N and S, 8th and 9th; Fronts PNW
Mountain/High Plains- Fronts in the High Plains N and S; 9th to 10th
Mid-Continent- Moderate to good rains Corn Belt, Central States, Gulf Coast 10th and 11th
East Coast- Fronts in the southeast; dry to N
week 3 A shift in patterns for the node, Saturn and Mars should change the dominant weather to wet and cooler for most of the continent and the PNW. Look for a jet stream from Oregon through the mid-latitude mountains into the Denver area and then across the Central States for widespread rains.
West Coast- Cool with fronts PNW 14th to 20th; cooler to south
Mountain/High Plains- Cool with fronts Idaho to Denver; then dry after midweek
Mid-Continent -Early moderate rains Central States; dry after 17th
East Coast- Cool and moist north and south all week
week 4 High pressure forming in the High Plains will change the jet stream pattern this week. Look for temperate conditions in the west, wet to the south and dry to the north on the Plains. Showers and cool temperatures in the Corn Belt should intensify to rains in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states.
West Coast- Temperate north and south, unsettled PNW
Mountain/High Plains- Dry and cool in the northern high Plains; wet and warm to the south
Mid-Continent- Cool to the north and dry to the south with weak fronts in the Corn Belt
East Coast- Wet and cool in the Northeast and Mid Atlantic states