WeatherWatcher: Weekly weather, Dry spell ending

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

  • The week ahead
  • Last week's weather data
For the week and weekend ahead our dry weather is ending. The high pressure responsible for our stagnant air and fog is moving east allowing the normally dominate westerly onshore flow of air to clear out all of the fog and pollution. We have made it 11 days without measurable precipitation.  Steady rain has returned to the region earlier this afternoon helping more with clearing out the particulate pollution matter in the air. Wednesday evening turned into off and on showers, and we are expecting more of the same for the remainder of the week and through the weekend.  Temperatures are expected to run in the low 40's and upper 30's.

Last week's weather data:
High temperature: 39.2ºF (Tuesday)
Low temperature: 22.1ºF (Sunday)
Total rainfall: 0.00 inches
Warmest day: 33.1ºF (Tuesday)
Coldest day: 26.5ºF (Saturday)
Average temperature: 30.8ºF (10.1ºF colder than normal)
3-Year average temperature: 40.9ºF

Temperatures so far this month, compared to 3-year average


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.

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