Weekly Weather update (2 week version) April 9 - 22

Sunday, April 24, 2011

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. All weather data unless otherwise noted is sourced from Carl’s Shoreline Weather Station.

April 9th – 15th:
Warmest day: 47.4ºF (Sunday the 10th)
Coldest day: 40.5ºF (Thursday the 14th)
Rainiest day: 0.43 inches (Thursday the 14th)

Average temperature: 44.2ºF
High temperature: 57.0ºF (Tuesday the 12th)
Low temperature: 34.9ºF (Tuesday the 12th)

Total rainfall: 0.67 inches

High humidity: 100%
Low humidity: 25% (Tuesday the 12th)
Average humidity: 82%

High pressure: 29.796 inches (Monday the 11th)
Low pressure: 29.353 inches (Wednesday 13th)
Average pressure: 29.529 inches.

April 16th – 22nd:
Warmest day: 45.4ºF (Friday the 22nd)
Coldest day: 42.0ºF (Wednesday the 20th)
Rainiest day: 0.08 inches (Wednesday the 20th)

Average temperature: 43.1ºF
High temperature: 57.6ºF (Friday the 22nd)
Low temperature: 35.1ºF (Wednesday 20th)

Total rainfall: 0.28 inches

High humidity: 100%
Low humidity: 20% (Tuesday the 19th)
Average humidity: 76%

High pressure: 29.707 inches (Tied between Thursday and Friday, 21st, and 22nd)
Low pressure: 29.323 inches (Wednesday the 20th)
Average pressure: 29.514 inches.

Weather Highlights:
  • It’s been very cold still. We’ve had several days with some wet flakes mixing in with the rain. Most notably on Wednesday night and Thursday morning (20th, and 21st).
  • Friday the 22nd had a turn around with almost near normal temperatures and a very sunny day.

Weather for the coming week:
Continued cooler than normal temperatures, wet at times, but I don’t think anything major.

Sneak peak at this week’s data:
Saturday was a beautiful day, the warmest day we’ve had in 7 months. We had a high of 71.1ºF.
Stay tuned for my ENSO status report regarding the likely weather for the rest of the spring, and what our summer may bring us.


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