WeatherWatcher: First Fall Storm, Weekly Report

Monday, September 22, 2014

First Major Storm of the Season
Weather Data

First major storm of the fall season is on the way. The storm is expected to arrive Tuesday afternoon-mid evening. A particularly strong system for this time of year is expected to bring us showers by the afternoon and steady rain overnight with breezy winds. I suspect it is possible for a scattered power outage, however unlikely. We are expecting from a half inch to a full 1 inch of rainfall out of this event. Check those storm drains and make sure they remain clear.

Forecast: After Tuesday's storm we will see showers through Friday. High temperatures are going to be much cooler than we're used to, but much closer to normal finally. Highs are looking to be in the mid 60's with lows in the mid 50's. This week should remind us very clearly that fall has arrived. Next weekend looks dry right now with temperatures nearing 70, longer range forecasts seem to agree that rain showers will return next week as well.

Weather data:
September 2014 daily high and low temperatures.
Graph by Carl Dinse

Last week September 13th - 19th
High temperature: 84.7°F (Sunday)
Low temperature: 49.1°F (Saturday)
Rainiest day: 0.12 inches (Thursday)
Total rainfall: 0.12 inches
Warmest day: 66.3°F (Monday)
Coldest day: 61.3°F (Thursday)
Average temperature: 63.7°F
Historic average: 62.1°F

Sunday September 21st had a high temperature of 85.6°F, another day above 80°F.

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