WeatherWatcher: October 15-28 Fall is here - dry / sunny, wet / cold

Monday, October 31, 2011

-Fall is here, we've had a few storm fronts blow through that have produced normal sized rainfalls or rain events for the area for this time of the year.

The week ahead:
-We should have dry to sunny conditions for Tuesday and early Wednesday. We will have overnight fog in spots as well.
-Thursday - Friday we are turning wet again. This time it will be colder as our La Nina winter starts to take hold. We should have our first mountain pass snowfalls later this week, so if you have any weekend travel plans over the passes, be prepared for winter weather.

October 15th-21st:
The extremes:
High temperature: 60.1ºF (Wednesday the 19th)
Low temperature: 41.4ºF (Sunday and Monday the 16th and 17th)
High humidity: 100%
Low humidity: 60% (Monday and Tuesday the 17th and 18th)
Barometer high: 29.884 inHg (Monday the 17th)
Barometer low: 29.382 inHg (Wednesday the 19th)
Barometer shift: 0.502 inHg
Rainiest day: 0.08 inches (Friday the 21st)
Total rainfall: 0.12 inches

The averages:
Warmest day: 53.0ºF (Wednesday the 19th)
Coldest day: 46.4ºF (Saturday and Sunday the 15th and 16th)
Average temperature: 50.0ºF
Average humidity: 96%

October 22nd - 28th:
The extremes:
High temperature: 59.4ºF (Saturday the 22nd)
Low temperature: 36.9ºF (Wednesday the 26th)
High humidity: 100%
Low humidity: 47% (Wednesday the 26th)
Barometer high: 29.943 inHg (Tuesday the 25th)
Barometer low: 29.353 inHg (Friday the 28th)
Barometer shift: 0.590 inHg
Rainiest day: 0.28 inches (Saturday the 22nd)
Total rainfall: 0.88 inches

The averages:
Warmest day: 55.4ºF (Saturday the 22nd)
Coldest day: 43.4ºF (Wednesday and Thursday the 26th and 27th)
Average temperature: 47.4ºF
Average humidity: 94%

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.


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