WeatherWatcher: Heatwave over, Forecast

Sunday, June 24, 2018


Our June heatwave which brought us high temperatures into the 90's has passed. The heatwave was caused by a typical pattern that can occur between May and September where a ridge of high pressure forms along the west coast, generating an off-shore flow (winds from the north and east).

Here's the temperature graph for the month compared to the average of my station here in Shoreline:



Despite the warm weather we are still above average for rainfall so far this month.




Forecast: We are returning to our regularly scheduled June Gloom type weather pattern. Sunday morning will likely start out with low clouds clearing to mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 70's.

Monday and beyond we are looking at clouds and sun at times with the chance of showers throughout the entire week and next weekend. Highs will range in the low 70's with lows averaging around 50-55°F.

Longer range shows the weather will warm slightly and dry out after next weekend.

For current weather conditions visit www.shorelineweather.com



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