While the majority of the West to northern Plains remain hot, summerlike heat is on an extended break across the Midwest, South, and East a sprawling cool and dry Canadian airmass generates several consecutive days of below average temperatures and noticeably lower humidity to predominate this 1st week of August. Main exceptions to lower humidity will be along the Gulf and Southeast coasts where rainfall is near certain to be heaviest this workweek. Significant changes in recent extended range modeling start with suppression of Northwestern heat by next weekend (Aug 7-8) as the wettest several period of summer accompanies onshore arrival of a strong Pacific storm. The downstream response to the coolest and wettest conditions of summer in formerly hottest and driest areas between the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies is warmer 6-10 day period temperatures across the Midwest and Northeast (3°-6° above average). However, this is not the start of a hotter end to summer across the Northeast as above average temperatures are unlikely to persist through the 11-15 day period before the parade of frequent wet storms resume in a similar manner to the very wet (and cool) July.
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