WeatherWatcher: Weak front, then summer ahead

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Forecast: We have a weak weather system approaching slowly from the Pacific Monday which will bring us cooler weather with sunny skies turning mostly cloudy as the day progresses. High temperatures are expected to be in the low-mid 70's.

Monday night clouds will thicken and a stray shower is possible here or there. Tuesday morning the weak weather starts to make its way out of the region with the return to sunny weather for the remainder of the week. Highs Tuesday are expected to be in in the mid-upper 70's. The remainder of the week is expected to be reaching the low to mid 80's with clear and sunny skies on through next weekend.

I wanted to note that I'm inclined to lean towards warmer than forecasted temperatures as has been the trend for the last several weeks. So I do not want to rule out a day or two, especially towards or during next weekend, to reach the 90°F mark.

We are averaging above normal in rainfall for the month of July and a little above normal for temperatures, thanks to last Thursday reaching a high temperature of 93°F. I think overall we will average out to near normal for rainfall and slightly above normal for temperature as we progress through July.

Below are the daily high and low temperatures graphed compared to average for July, and rainfall graphs as well. All data is from the Shoreline weather station located in the Echo Lake neighborhood.


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