Sunday June 19 will be a date of celebration in the United States. Father’s Day has been celebrated for several decades on the third Sunday of the month and brings the family together in public places and gardens. Taking into account the weather forecast for the weekend helps to better organize plans and avoid setbacks.
It is not a novelty that extreme weather situations have been experienced in the United States in recent days. On one side, More than 125 million people are on alert for a heat wave that especially affects the southwestern and central regions of the country. The warning is not to stay under the sun for prolonged periods to avoid health problems, especially in regions like Minneapolis, Raleigh, Tulsa, St. Louis, Memphis, Cincinnati, and Charlotte. The forecast indicates that these conditions will continue throughout the week, so they could still wreak havoc on Sunday.
By contrast, Regions of the Midwest of the United States, which includes 12 states including Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, have suffered from torrential rains, responsible for floods that have even left regions without electricity.
Below is the weather forecast, according to AccuWeather, for this Sunday: