WeatherWatcher: Weekly Weather, Humidity

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Last week's data

Forecast: Sunday looks like another day of mixed sun and clouds with some sprinkles here and there. Starting Monday we have a rebuilt ridge of high pressure taking over control of our weather for the rest of the week. Tuesday and Wednesday look like they will be quite warm, breaking the 80°F mark for high temperatures. Thursday through next weekend we will cool down again into the low 70's for highs. We may also have some increased cloud cover for the holiday weekend as well, with a possible sprinkle in there somewhere.

Humidity: The last few days and on going have felt "muggy" lately. That's because we've had a low pressure off the Vancouver Island coast bringing in the humid warm air from off the Californian coast. The dew points have been averaging above 55°F which is when things start to feel uncomfortable for those accustomed to the Northwest climate. When you look at the dew point graph below you can see how the last few days have been particularly high.

Daily Average Dew point in Shoreline for June 2014.
Graphic by Carl Dinse
Last week's data:
High temperature: 80.8°F
Low temperature: 48.0°F
Rainest day: 0.08 inches
Total rainfall: 0.08 inches
Warmest day: 64.4°F
Coldest day: 58.8°F
Average temperature: 62.3°F
Historic Station Average: 58.2°F

Daily low and high temperature for June 2014.
Graph by Carl Dinse

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