WeatherWatcher: Weekly Report - Warm to Continue

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Last week's data

Forecast: This week we have another high pressure system moving through. The peak of this system will likely be Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures both days are expected to be right around 80°F, possibly a little higher, towards 85°F, especially on Tuesday. Thursday-Friday an onshore flow will kick up again bringing us a pattern of morning clouds/fog and afternoon sun with highs coming back down to around the low-mid 70's.

Labor day weekend looks like a mild disturbance may move through the area bringing us scattered rain showers Saturday into Monday. High temperatures will be pleasant, right around the low 70's but with rain showers the humidity is going to be a bit high. I expect it to feel a little muggy over the weekend.

Last week's data:
High temperature: 81.5°F (Monday)
Low temperature: 52.0°F (Friday)
No measurable rainfall.
Warmest day: 68.9°F (Tuesday)
Coldest day: 60.5°F (Thursday)
Average temperature: 64.9°F (Very near normal, finally.)
Historic average: 64.8°F

Daily Temperatures August 2014
Graph by Carl Dinse

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