WeatherWatcher: No end to sunny skies in sight

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Blue Skies and a Maple looking west on N 200th St and Linden Ave N
Photo by Lee Lageschulte

Blue skies and fall colors is the ongoing trend in our weather and forecast. We are expecting more of the same, sunny skies and clear nights. Some mornings might start with some patchy fog. High temperatures mainly in the 60's, though Tuesday could reach the lower 70's. Lows are expected to be in the 40's basically all week. This weather is expected to continue all the way through next weekend as this monster ridge of high pressure dominates the west coast all the way into Alaska.

Longer range forecasts indicate that we might see some drizzle or rain showers around October 23rd, but no real rain until the end of the month or beginning of November. So far we were at normal for rainfall until the sunny weather put a pause on it.

Temperatures are actually averaging below normal for the month so far, but Tuesday could bring that average up to normal.

For those curious about the windy day on Saturday the Richmond Beach station recorded a gust of 23mph. The forecasted winds were for gusts up to 30mph possible for Saturday afternoon.

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