Watching some disturbed weather from the west as get into the Gulf of Mexico. It probably will not develop as it goes west bringing more rain to Houston, TX. It's more of an upper level feature as is the one off the South East. Looks like another repeat pattern with temperatures cranked coming up over the next two weeks with a wandering, flooding low in Missouri, Iowa, Illinois region & more weather moving off the Eastern Seaboard. The worst of the heat wave in the east will wander all week overheating a few states everyday. The west half of the country can mostly expect to cook at least the next two weeks.
ENSO has been on a quick ride into warmer conditions as the warm pool of water has come to the surface in the 3, 4 region and farther east. ESPI has come up quick too, it's -0.11. El Nino condition occurring soon appear likely. There is enough heat we may see an official El Nino persist.
This subject will most likely be revisited in a week when the July forecasts are out, but for now lets see what the forecast from June promised for July. NASA GMAO forecast has the likely areas for tropical development being in the Eastern and Western Pacific. The Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean look really dry and considering the trail of dust from Africa going on, no real surprise. South East and East Coast maybe in for a little extra rain. Expect heat complaints from the west half of the United States. Northern Hemisphere mostly above average to average with continued notable flooding in India. Looks like extra heat to Antarctica with larger than usual sea ice off shore.
This is a newer band been watching since got into the Old Time scene. Had a lot of Fun jamming with them at Barberville in the spring. Saw them preform a few weeks ago. Liked this song when saw it live, wanted to share the video they put out of it the other day.
Cedar Mountain - Remedy Tree Remedy Tree
Published on Jun 30, 2018Cedar mountain, written by Gabriel Acevedo
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Remedy Tree is an Americana/folk band from St Augustine FL. Their lyric driven energy filled songs fill their melodious harmonies with a renewed sense of drive as they intertwine roots Americana music, bluegrass, and old-time music. Gabriel Acevedo, a singer/songwiter, Florida State Fiddle champion and guitar player from Umatilla FL started writing songs at a young age and formed several bluegrass bands with his brother Obed Acevedo spanning from 2008-2014. Gabriel formed Remedy in the Summer of 2015 with his wife Abigail Acevedo. Their sound has grown as they've honed in on original content, drawing influences from contemporary and traditional artists alike such as Old Crow Medicine show, Mandolin Orange, and The Avett Brothers. Remedy Tree currently consists of Gabriel Acevedo(Fiddle, Guitar), Abigail Acevedo(Guitar, Bass), Aaron Morse(Mandolin) and Benny McDowell (Banjo). They currently tour locally and across state lines alike playing small venues, and festivals, promoting their latest EP release Juncture #1.