WeatherWatcher: Thundershowers, spring like weather to follow

Saturday, March 26, 2016

  • Forecast
  • Last week's data
  • March not as rainy
Forecast: Following a smaller storm front overnight into Sunday we will have showers around with the chance of some thunder showers. Winds will be breezy as well, reaching near 25mph at times. Sunday night and Monday showers will remain but not as numerous. Monday night through next weekend we are going into a dry and warm period. Weather will turn very spring like with sunny days into the mid 60's and cool nights into the 40's and maybe upper 30's at times.

Longer range shows that this dry period could last well into the second week of April.

Last week's data:
High temperature: 63.0°F (Saturday)
Low temperature: 42.4°F (Thursday)
Rainiest day: 0.31 inches (Monday)
Total rainfall: 0.55 inches
Warmest day: 54.1°F (Saturday)
Coldest day: 47.0°F (Friday)
Average temperature: 49.5°F (Much warmer than normal)
Historic average temperature for last week: 43.6°F

Daily Temperatures for March 2016 compared to 7 year average.
Graph and data by Carl Dinse
March not as rainy: Total rainfall for March 2016 is at 4.88 inches. We haven't quite reached our 7 year average at 5.33 inches. Since the month is likely ending with a spring like pattern of dry and sunny weather I don't think we will break past our average for March, giving us relief from breaking rainfall records for the first time in 4 months.

Daily rainfall for March 2016.
Graph and data by Carl Dinse
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