Saturday, April 2, 2016
Forecast: Sunday morning low clouds will burn off to partly sunny skies, high temperatures will be about or slightly warmer than Saturday. Sunday evening clouds will increase as a cold front approaches, rain is expected to arrive very late, likely at about the 11pm - Midnight time frame.
Monday, rain at times is likely, an active convergence zone is expected so if it happens to center itself over Shoreline we will likely be wet all day long. Temperatures are cooling back down to the mid 50's.
Tuesday - Friday the weather will dry out again with warmer temperatures reaching back into the 70°F mark, lows in the 40's. Next weekend wetter weather looks likely to return, but does not appear to be anything major.
We broke 70°F for the first time since September 29, 2015. Last week we had three nice days near or above 70°F. Wednesday was 69.8°F, Thursday was 72.7°F and Friday was 72.0°F.
|Daily high and low temperatures compared to average March 2016|
Graph by Carl Dinse
Last week's data:
High temperature: 72.7°F (Thursday)
Low temperature: 39.4°F (Monday)
Rainiest day: 0.47 inches (Sunday)
Total rainfall: 0.51 inches
Warmest day: 56.7°F (Thursday)
Coldest day: 45.4°F (Monday)
Average temperature: 51.0°F (El Niño effect is still here)
Normal average: 45.6°F