US forecasters are predicting another hot summer, with most of the country experiencing steam above average temperatures.
Weather agency Summer Forecast In most parts of the country, it was unusually warm from June to August – partly due to the changing sea temperatures in the Pacific Ocean.
Sea surface temperatures are found in the sea, indicating the possibility of La Nina brewing later this year. The rare occurrence associated with flooding and drought is often followed by summer weather.
“Historically, our hottest summers have come during the La Nina changes, including 2005, 2010 and 2016,” said Dr. Todd Crawford, chief meteorologist at The Weather Agency.
Crawford predicts this model will be warmer than average, especially in the northeastern and western regions.
In the meantime, the Northern and Central Plains may receive some relief from the heat of soil moisture, which is particularly high and will compensate for the boiling weather.
But Crawford noted that spring has not rained more than last year’s historic season, suggesting it will be even hotter this summer.