NOAA sees very similar weather patterns in July 2021 such as the CFSv2 model /https://mkweather.com/cfs-sees-hot-and-dry-northern-parts-of-europe-and-north-america-and-very-stormy-subtropical-regions-2021//.
In the West, mainly Northwest (and all Vancouver region in Canada), the next heat domes are forecasted to build during the month, with the next extreme heatwaves in the region. It will be very dry in the region, too, with the possibility of wildfires.
This hot and dry pattern will produce heatwaves in the northern USA up to the Great Lakes region, mainly in Northern Plains and the northern Rocky Mountains.
Very hot will be in the Southwest, which will be however partially hit by the summer monsoon.
All Southeast will suffer colder and stormy conditions during July 2021, partially thanks to the record strong Hurricane 2021 season.
Stormy anomaly will be extended into Southern and Southwestern USA and up to Northeast.
Alaska appears cold and rainy in July 2021.
All near weakened La nina pattern and AO+ and slight NAO+ phases, when subtropical highs will be pushed into anomalously northern latitudes.
A similar trend, with hotter and drier northern latitudes and colder and more stormy southern latitudes, is forecasted by CFSv2 for parts of Europe, too.