WeatherWatcher: Change Ahead, Weekly Report

Sunday, October 27, 2013


  • Forecast
  • Last Week's Data
Forecast: The high pressure bubble that has been with us for the past 2-3 weeks is breaking down, the rain Sunday morning and strong breezes are the first signs that this has started to happen.

We will have sunny skies with temperatures in the 50's, we might crack a high temperature of 60°F Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday is a transition day with clouds moving in and rain developing in the late evening hours. Remainder of the week and weekend will return to the weather we are most familiar with this time of year, clouds and rain.


Last Weeks Data:
Daily average temperature October compared to station average.
by Carl Dinse

Daily average dew point for October
by Carl Dinse

High temperature: 55.4°F (Wednesday)
Low temperature: 42.4°F (Wednesday and Thursday)
No rainfall this week.
Warmest day: 47.9°F (Wednesday)
Coldest day: 46.0°F (Saturday)
Average temperature: 46.9°F
Station historic average: 48.1°F (1.2°F colder than normal)

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 weather station located in the Echo Lake neighborhood of Shoreline, Washington. For up to the minute weather conditions and historic data, as well as links to weather information and resources, check out my page.

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