WeatherWatcher: Weekly Report, Warm Air, Mostly Dry Week

Monday, January 26, 2015

Last week's data

Forecast: We have some upper level air temperatures that are warmer than they normally are in the summer here right now. This is expected to last through Monday afternoon with a weak storm system moving in Monday night into Tuesday. Highs are going to reach the middle 60's, near 70 is a possibility but not likely. Monday night and Tuesday some light rain returns to the area with temperatures cooling back down into the 50's for highs. Wednesday through the weekend it looks like our persistent upper level ridging on the west coast returns bringing us dry conditions and mild temperatures. I'm thinking mid-upper 50's for highs and lows down to the mid 30's - mid 40's to end the next weekend.

Graphs: I managed to pull out some wind data from the Home Education Exchange weather station off their website to get an idea of how windy we've been this month. First graph is the maximum daily wind gusts this month. Second graph is the daily high and low temperatures this month, you can see the huge spike in temperature from Saturday (January 25th).

Daily Wind Gusts in North City for January 2015.

Daily High and Low temperatures compared to station average.

Last week's data:
High temperature: 56.3°F (Sunday)
Low temperature: 33.1°F (Wednesday)
Rainiest day: 0.77 inches (Saturday)
Total rainfall: 0.93 inches
Warmest day: 51.7°F (Friday)
Coldest day: 40.1°F (Wednesday)
Average temperature: 46.1°F
Station average: 38.4°F

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