WeatherWatcher: Weekly Report, More Storms

Monday, October 27, 2014

Storm Highlights
Monthly Graphs
Last Week's Data

Forecast: Monday we have a fairly calm day, temperatures are finally cooling closer to normal, but still above normal. Highs will be in the upper 50's to low 60's this week with lows in the 40's - low 50's. We have a storm moving in Monday night into Tuesday morning that merged with the remains of tropical storm Ana. I want to make this clear that it is no longer a tropical cyclone. We will get a lot of rain out of this system and some breezy to windy conditions however I do not think at this point that the wind from this storm will be as significant as Saturday night was. Wednesday-Thursday is another transition period of calmer weather before another system moves through Thursday night and Friday. The weekend looks fairly wet as well right now.

Storm Highlights: Saturday night we had the first wind event that I talked about in my previous report and it was more potent than originally thought to be. Most locations around the region recorded peak wind gusts up to 60mph (especially near the water) and closer to 50mph inland. Several downed trees and power outages, the winds peaked at around 7:45 - 8pm and quickly died out afterwords. We had a minimum barometric pressure of 28.762 inHg, bringing our daily average down to 29.0 inches. Over the last two weeks we've typically averaged 29.3 inHg.

Monthly Graphs:

Daily average barometer, you can see the sudden dive when the wind storm blew through on Saturday.

Daily average temperature for October so far, still warmer than normal but getting closer.

Daily High and Low temperatures for October.

Daily Rainfall totals for October, total this month so far is 4.04 inches.

Last Week's data:
High temperature: 70.3°F (Sunday)
Low temperature: 46.8°F (Friday)
Rainiest day: 1.18 inches (Wednesday)
Total rainfall: 1.99 inches
Warmest day: 61.7°F (Sunday)
Coldest day: 50.9°F (Friday)
Average temperature: 56.0°F
Historic Average: 48.5°F

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