From Cattle Network:
The July weather outlook from the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center suggests a large portion of the U.S. could have cooler-than-average temperatures and higher-than-average rainfall.
To go with that, the center does not forecast any drought development in the bulk of the U.S. for July and possibly beyond. However, the West Coast and California in particular appear to remain in drought weather and conditions.
The weather center says the wetter, cooler July forecast is “heavily influenced” by the precipitation forecast for the first few days of the month, however. Those forecasts especially suggest good opportunities for wet conditions from the Tennessee Valley to parts of the northeast.