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We are still working on getting our new PWS system online, and I want to first of all thank everyone for their immense patience extended toward us as we work hard to get the new system online. I have probably stated this before but will reiterate the reason it is taking longer than expected to get the new PWS system online. Our new WeatherBug.com, desktop, and mobile apps are utilizing a new "universal data feed" (called Pulse). This new feed eliminates all of the major "pain points" we've…Continue
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Today mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of showers and risk of thundershowers. Wind southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50. High 25°C. Humidex 31. UV index 6 or high. Tonight mainly cloudy. 60 percent chance of showers this evening and after midnight with risk of thundershowers. Fog patches developing this evening. Wind southwest 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low 18°C.
Temperature:18.6°C-- Dewpoint:18.0°C-- Humidity:96%-- Wind:SW 24 gust 39 km/h
"Very Warm Dawn Twilight with Haze and Clouds"
"Mostly Sunny, Hot & Humid, Risk Of T-Storms For Northern, MD"
Yesterday saw more Clouds then Sun, Very Warm and Humid. The High temperature reached 87.9°F early in the afternoon then falling back to the low to mid 80's the rest of the day. The unexpected cloud cover kept the temps way off the forecasted highs which was 92F for the NWS and 93F for my WXSIM.
Friday was a partly sunny, hot and more humid day (highs in the low 90s - lows in the early AM in the upper 60s). Dew points rose from the upper 60s in the early AM to the mid 70s towards the end of the day. Temperatures early this Saturday morning have unfortunately stayed higher than yesterday, only dropping into the mid 70s at 3:30 AM, and will probably lower no more than the lower 70s before sunrise in a few hours. During the day on Saturday sunny skies with high temps rising into the mid-upper 90s with a 20 POP for an isolated shower/storm. Warming up to the mid 70s on Friday and Saturday night, with a 20 POP for showers/storms Saturday night under partly cloudy skies and clear skies Saturday night. Sunny and hot on Sunday and Monday with highs in the mid 90s on Sunday and upper 90s on Monday, lows in the mid 70s Sunday night and upper 70s Monday night. There is a 30 POP for…Continue
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.99″ At 7 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.08″ At 12, 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 51% At 2 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 100% At 3, 6 a.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 71° At 4 p.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 77° At 12, 9 a.m., 7 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 12 – 8 a.m., 11, 11:59 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : NE – 35 m.p.h. at 2:28 p.m.
Lo : 74º
Normal : 69°
Record Warmest : 78° In 1983 !
Record Coldest : 59° In 1966 & 1970 !
Hi : 96° Felt Like 109º at 1 p.m.
Normal : 91°
Record Hottest : 101° In 1952 !
Record Coolest : 69° In 1970…
A north to south surface pressure gradient is already producing gusty winds across Santa Barbara County and the I-5 Corridor early this morning. Some wind gusts over 25 mph have been occurring at Refugio and in northern Los Angeles County since midnight. Expect these winds to increase throughout the day, and after sunset this evening, some wind gusts over 50 mph will be possible. Across the Kern County Mountains, northwest winds of 15-25 mph with gusts to near 40 mph will develop by afternoon. The heatwave will peak in intensity today with highs reaching the mid to upper 80s at the coast and in the mountains above 5,000 feet, 110 in the valleys and close to 120 in the low…Continue
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