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Whether topping the headlines for most of the country.
Just take a look at the front page of yesterday's USA today what's behind the trend in what does it mean for the summer.
Joining me now the man with the answers and who could predict who did predict -- outlines Joba starting chief meteorologist.
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The flooding or tornadoes the wildfire one movie that you've been talking about this from day one -- like a country song it's unbelievable you know back as soon.
That's exactly right but what's going on is that Pacific the tropical Pacific is cooling.
That's like turning -- -- Earth's thermostat.
And the clash that results when the upper levels of the atmosphere a little too cold for their own good.
Starts producing this type of thing so the natural northward march of spring in the heat that comes out the southwest.
Is being met by very vigorous systems in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere in this is what happens while so.
Now you know we've gone we've transitioned in this week it's all about people -- whether I mean record breaking high temperatures and all over the country.
Is this -- this summer's going to be an -- -- -- -- well New York is going to be one of the normal -- Texas is in bad shape.
This is this may wind up being the hottest dry summer in Texas history.
But the midwest and northern plains the Great Lakes mostly Great Lakes.
There haven't hit the hottest weather -- gone by them it's 55 in Chicago this afternoon with a windchill in the forties up to be 96 yesterday remember.
There's been just as much cold there around his hot air.
But when the hot air gets in the metropolitan areas that's what the mainstream media -- all look at that's what's going on -- people look at that I thought about you again this morning when the crop report came out right been warning us in this weather horrendous of the crop report.
Corn inventories to be at a 37 year -- I mean even in this article yesterday I think they said there were eight weather events across the billion dollars or more so why the question now this wild and crazy weather.
About what would -- continue a way that really can continue to wreck Havoc on our economy.
Well we are going to get -- to back off so I'm here because you can't keep.
Running this all the time.
But what we're -- notice over the next week to ten days much cooler over the -- -- the Great Lakes those areas been trying to pass.
We -- ten days is -- 20081.
Ten days of the month of June just scorching after the tornadic may in the cool -- a right.
Then he came and -- it back down again I do think though that the combination of that as we get the relaxation in the middle of summer.
We got to watch for the -- -- because I think it's gonna have a lot of impact Texas to Arizona.
I don't see the way out of this this -- be the hottest summer on record in Texas Los Angeles probably another very cool summer so -- has already -- a -- that well no this drought has been starting since September in fact I was on Fox Business lasted Deborah say look out the southern plains are gonna fry next summer.
Because of this said -- again in December.
And you could -- is happening now the extreme that's happening to.
Is because you're getting a basic shift in the overall -- said 37 years ago right -- -- is going on 37 years.
The Pacific was it it's cold state.
It's been it's warm state the last -- thirty years it's turning around now so the forcing is causing.
Parents -- some relief to parts of the country but not everyone Texas watch out Joba starting he is not wrong folks have all right.
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