Monday, July 14, 2008

Quiet For Most, Wet For Some

It's a fairly quiet start to the weather week for most with the exception of the southern and eastern fringes of the USA.

Starting in the deserts of Arizona and New Mexico, the monsoon is really dumping a lot of rain on some.

There's been all kinds of flash flooding over the past week.

You can many great reports and comments from the CoCoRaHS spotter network in New Mexico.

The flow of monsoonal moisture will push north this week into the central part of the Rocky Mountains, great news for Colorado, portions of Utah and Wyoming.

Along the Gulf Coast states, an old front has been kicking up showers and thunderstorms with some MUCH NEEDED rainfall.

This past weekend dumped 1-2 inches of rain on places like Atlanta, GA and Birmingham, AL.

The CoCoRaHS observer near Valley, AL recorded 3.51 inches of rainfall on Sunday from a good ole GULLY WASHER!

A cold front pushing off the east coast of the US will keep unsettled weather along most of I-95 today.

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