WeatherWatcher: Normal for next week - all wet

Sunday, December 18, 2011

The week ahead
Slowly transitioning back to the wetter normal weather we typically have in December. There will be partly sunny days, cloudy days, and light rainy days mixed in through the Christmas holiday. Chances of a white Christmas this year are very near 0%.

Last weeks highlights - December 10-16, 2011
We continue to be dominated by this ridge of high pressure, a few fronts have managed to break through it, mixing some of the stagnant air and producing some light rain. We've received more rain up here than Seatac due to small convergance showers that developed behind a couple of the fronts.

Currently we are having one of the driest Decembers so far on record. I'll explain more on that on my next ENSO status report.

Last week's data

  • High temperature: 47.1°F (Friday)
  • Low temperature: 27.0°F (Monday night/Tuesday morning)
  • Rainiest day: 0.26 inches (Sunday)
  • Total rainfall: 0.30 inches
  • Warmest day: 43.8°F (Friday)
  • Coldest day: 30.5°F (Monday)
  • Average temperature: 36.5°F

Daily average temperature graph compared to 2010

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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