Summer May Try a Comeback
By Quincy Vagell on August 19, 2012, 5:45pm
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After a fall-like cool down, we may turn back into a warmer pattern.
Although a pretty vigorous trough has dug into southeastern Canada and the northeastern United States, summer is not over just yet.
As Greg mentioned, many areas saw their coolest air since June this A.M.
Despite temperatures in the 50s and some dew-points in the 40s, we do have to realize this is still August and summer is not over yet. In fact, average high temperatures this time of the year are still around 80 degrees, so it's not all that uncommon to get into the 80s. In fact, 90-degree temperatures in late August are definitely not unusual.
Read on to read why the cool pattern change may be short-lived.