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Who’s Ready For Warmer Weather?

25 Apr 2021, 12:53 pm

Although a chilly start for some to the new workweek, in the coming weeks a majority of the United States will watch temperatures soar and stay above average into the month of May!

But before we get to the warm-up for the southwest, there will be some chilly mornings ahead.  Record lows will be possible in a few areas Monday morning with daytime highs remaining below average to start the workweek.

As we move forward into the middle of the week, many places will see temperatures rise back to average or above average as high pressure builds in across the area.

Strong ridging will also set in across the center part of the United States, and as it stays in place, temperatures will also remain well above average for some through the end of the week and even into the first days of May.  As early as Tuesday, records could be set across the Great Lakes region with afternoon highs in the 70s and 80s.

There will be very few places that are below average as we head into May, as the warmth spreads out from coast to coast.  Enjoy the milder weather while it sticks around!

 

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Meredith is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist as designated by the American Meteorological Society.  She was born and raised in Cleveland but has worked from coast to coast covering almost every type of weather.  Meredith is a weather, space, and STEM journalist and has been live out in the field during destructive tropical storms on the Gulf Coast of Florida, raging wildfires in Southern Cali... Load Morefornia, and covered the wreckage from tornadoes in the Great Plains. In 2009, she reported on the damaging hail storm during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and in 2017, the historic California winter storms that produced record rain totals and devastating flash flooding.  Prior to joining WeatherNation, Meredith worked at KEYT/KKFX in Santa Barbara, CA, KOTA-TV in Rapid City, SD, WWSB-TV in Sarasota, FL, and began her career as an intern at WGN-TV in Chicago.  She was Santa Barbara's "Favorite Weathercaster of the Year" in 2016 and the Community Partner of the Year in 2017 for her volunteer work with Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties and awarded with the 2018 Valparaiso University Alumni Association First Decade Achievement Award. Meredith is the current chair of the American Meteorological Society's Station Scientist Committee, which focuses on raising greater awareness & outreach when it comes to science education for viewers.  She's also an accomplished journalist, producing weather and science stories including rocket launches at Vandenberg Air Force Base and the new GOES-16 satellite and it's impacts on weather forecasting.  Meredith was personally invited by NASA's Johnson Space Center to interview astronauts on the International Space Station and was the only meteorologist in the nation to do an exclusive report accompanying the GOES-West satellite from Colorado to Florida, reporting on and covering it's launch in 2018.  Meredith's also worked on features that took her paragliding along the coast, white water rafting in Northern California, learning to surf in the Pacific Ocean, and how to be an aerial photographer while flying a single engine plane!

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