National Weather Force has issued a High Heat Warning. Back on June 21st I warned of the coming heatwave that you had plenty of time to prepare for so here is your final warning … now an abnormally strong ridge of high pressure will form over the Pacific Northwest starting Sunday and maximizing through Monday and Tuesday. This ridge has brought a LEVEL FIVE reading on the National Weather Force scale, something not seen anywhere but the Desert Southwest and the most dangerous value on the model for Seattle and Portland. You are not used to this, take precautions as I challenge NOAA in saying their forecast temp is still too low so read on for details …
Back on June 21st, I released an article for viewers of the Pacific Northwest. As National Weather Force grows with your help in sharing the information across social media then more people would see it. You can click here to see that article forecast. At the time of my forecast release, NOAA had a high-temperature forecast for Portland and Seattle in the upper 90s touching 100. A few days after they upped it to 103. Now they are at 109. I have stated that 115F is possible with this ridge of high pressure since the 21st and I have no doubt in my mind they will eventually last-minute upgrade to my forecast. But if they do not, you had your warning.
In the Desert Southwest, I have developed a heat model, scaling 1-5 and I’ll be adding a 6 soon for cooked medium-rare. This scale is not a temperature scale, but more of a scale to tell you what it would be like out there. Not many of you are use to the heat that will come so you need to prepare for a taste of what happens in Phoenix and Palms Springs each Summer for days on end.
This scale works for the image above in this article –
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