WeatherWatcher: Weekly Report - Summer Weather expected

Monday, April 28, 2014

  • Forecast
  • Last week's data
Forecast: We have a ridge of high pressure building over the west coast. This means Pacific storms will be directed far to the north of the state. The high pressure is going to generate an off shore flow meaning that air will be moving from Eastern Washington across Western Washington towards the coast. As the already warmed air from Eastern Washington sinks down to sea level compression will cause the air to warm even more. Expect the high temperatures during the day to increase through the week from upper 60's to the upper 70's. Thursday and Friday might even see the temperature break the 80°F mark for the first time this early in spring in over a decade. Cooler weather is likely to return next weekend with the chance of some clouds and maybe even a shower, not time to plant the tomatoes yet.

Last week's data:
High temperature: 63.5°F (Sunday)
Low temperature: 38.8°F (Saturday)
Rainiest day: 0.55 inches (Tuesday)
Total rainfall: 1.15 inches
Warmest day: 51.5°F (Sunday)
Coldest day: 45.5°F (Saturday)
Average temperature: 48.3°F
3-Year historic average: 49.3°F

April 2014
Graph by Carl Dinse

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