We are getting into the first of the three summer months of June, July, and August. We have seen this cool and gloomy pattern dominate much of the month of May with the exception of two short periods where temperatures took off and we had some early tastes of summertime. Looking ahead over the next 10 days to 2 weeks we see that weather systems are going to be generally moving along. The problem however is the displaced jet stream in the Eastern US that remains rather far to the south. This is going to pose issues along the way with chances for rain. Warm days will occur but they will be the odd day here and there or perhaps 2 days back to back at most.
The upper air forecast of the European pretty much illustrates the problem. This is the upper air forecast for Friday morning and all the weather models are in line with this. While there is no blocking of significance, there are above normal pressures across much of the far North Atlantic. At least there is enough to displace that jet stream southward into the Northeast. As each one of these systems in the east moves out, another one comes right in to take its place...READ MORE AND LATEST VIDEO AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/05/30/weather-models-show-little-change-long-range/