For the 6-10 and 8-14 day period there is an enhanced chance of above-normal temperatures over the central and eastern part of the U.S.
A trough over the North Pacific will likely bring below-normal temperatures over much of the west.
Chances of good precipitation are good for a large part of the Central Plains/Midwest to the East Coast. Moisture will continue to be drawn from the Gulf of Mexico in the 6-10 and 8-14 day period.
East Texas, Central Mississippi, Tennessee, and the Ohio Valley have particularly good odds of above-normal precipitation over the next two-weeks.
Potential evapotranspiration rates will be moderate to below-normal for much of the central Great Plains, while parts of the Midwest and East Coast could see higher rates than average.
Over the next two weeks parts of the Midwest could see higher average temperatures and nighttime temperatures (minimum temps). Parts of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Pennsylvania could see the highest departures from what would normally be expected for late June/early July.
The Central/Southern Plains, however, should see relatively normal to mild temperatures for late June/early July.