WeatherWatcher: Weekly Weather - Almost like Summer

Tuesday, July 31, 2012


-The week ahead

-Breaking 80°F a challenge
-Weather data for July 21st - 27th

For the remainder of the week it is looking like we will have morning clouds, breaking to a partly cloudy days.  Wednesday and Friday are the most promising days for sunshine.  There is even a possibility of a rain shower Thursday.  Highs will struggle to break the 70°F throughout the week.

If you're upset about not having any decent warm (above 80°F) days, the rest of the nation should be so lucky with most areas breaking triple digit numbers these past few weeks.  Our Pacific Ocean air conditioning has been on full blast almost every day so far this summer.  We've broken 80°F a grand total of two days so far this year. Both days were in July, both days topping at a high temperature of 82°F, July 12th, and July 26th.  

We may still get a warm spell sometime around or beyond mid-August, but I'm not expecting anything to break the 90°F, and certainly no triple digits likely this summer here.

Last week's weather data, July 21st - 27th:
High temperature: 82.0°F (Thursday)
Low temperature: 50.7°F (Tuesday)
Rainiest day: 0.08 inches (Monday)
Total rainfall: 0.12 inches
Warmest day: 66.9°F (Thursday)
Coldest day: 56.6°F (Monday)
Average temperature: 61.6°F

We are actually averaging 2.8°F warmer than normal.
Normal average temperature for that week: 58.8°F

Warmest and coldest days are based on average temperature of the entire day, starting at midnight.  All other averages are based on the whole week, starting Saturday morning at midnight.  All weather data unless otherwise noted is sourced from Carl's Shoreline Weather Station.

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