TS Nate has formed offshore the coast of Mexico in the Bay of Campeche. The NHC has not officially released tracks and wind forecasts for this system, but estimates are that Mexico and possibly the US will be affected. Here is the ECMWF portrayal of Nate.
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The cold air mass stationed over the Eastern Half of the US will continue to stick around for at least another 5 days, but slow, gradual warming will occur during this period. Here's an 8-day portrayal of forecast temperature anomalies compared to normal temperatures.
Despite this cold air mass, warming is forecast by the GFS ensemble members. Below is an image of 10 days out temperatures.
|Note: Anomalies are in CELSIUS|