The pacific plumes are too weak to reach us. It's the 'slashing pinwheel' pattern, and it brings up the Gulf plumes. It's lovely heat, and you can plant the tomatoes. No sign of any cold air blobs coming down on us. For natgas, it's right into the air conditioning season.
You can see that everything is chaotic, so there are no predictions for the weather. However, if the Gulf plumes stop then it's stagnant air for us. In June and July, this is stifling heat. Then we go into the 'silly season' with all the warmies at full blast.