Chilly August ahead for eastern two-thirds of the US

Posted on August 8, 2017


The weather divide is visible in Wednesday's forecast, with most places west of Denver seeing sun and high temperatures, while most places east are colder than usual with rain

Forecasters say the pattern of lower temperatures in the east will continue until at least the second week in August, though could reverse after that (pictured, Thursday forecast)

Between spells of cold weather temperatures could return to somewhere approaching seasonal norms, but the trend is for weather to be predominantly colder than usual, according to the Washington Post.

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While temperatures in New York will hover around 80F for much of the week, by Friday they will dip back down into the 70s with more rain

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