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Average Wind: E winds 10 mph
Feels Like: 36
Dew Point: 33
Barometer: 30.24 & rising
Visibility: 10 mi
Sunrise: 7:32 am…Continue
The sunrise this morning was spectacular with hues of pink streaks covering the entire sky. It stretched to the north and west as well as in the east but only lasted a few minutes. I'm glad that I was up to see it. Yesterday was another record breaker with our highs reaching into the low 60s once again. We even sat outdoors for a little while, the first for a February. This is expected to continue until the weekend when winter will return once again.
Our 7:30 AM temp is 30.7°F (0°C), the humidity is 80%, and skies are partly cloudy. The pressure is 30.25 in (1024.1 mb) and rising. Winds are calm and the dew point is 28°F (-2°C). Yesterday's high was 61°F tying the old record set in 1930, and the overnight low was 27°F.
Sunday was the second in a series of warm days for this time of the year. It was sunny and warm all day, including the early AM when mins only reached the mid 50s, and then reached that mark again just prior to midnight obs. Tonight temps are dropping off a little more than last night. Temperatures reached to the upper 60s mark in the afternoon at many locations, after early AM mins in the low to mid 50s. The actual balcony minimum temperature (54.1°) was recorded at 2335 and the maximum temperature (66.8°) was recorded at 1458. Dew point temperatures ranged from 47° to 34°. The relative humidity values were roughly the same as yesterday (68% - 39%). The barometer ranged from 30.05" at 2335 to 29.79" at 0051. Early this Monday morning the temperature is still quite mild, in the lower 50s around 4:30 AM.…
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.97″ at 12 a.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.13″ at 11 a.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 50% at 4 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 100% at 12 – 6 a.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 41° at 7 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 56° at 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 12 – 3, 7 – 11 a.m., 1, 4, 6, 11, 11:59 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : E – 11 m.p.h. at 3:38 p.m.
Lo : 41º
Normal : 33°
Record Warmest : 60° In 1994 !
Record Coldest : 4° In 2015 !
Hi : 75°** New Record Hottest, old record 74º in 2014
Normal : 54°
Record Hottest :…
A few light showers will linger along and west of the
mo ntains...decreasing this afternoon. For tonight through
Tuesday...storms moving into northern and central California will
spread lighter precipitation into portions of Southern California
at times with light precipitation possible for areas bordering Los
INLAND EMPIRE NORTH (DEVORE):.
Partly sunny, with a high near 57. Calm wind becoming southeast around 5 mph in the morning.
A 40 percent chance of rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 50. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southeast after midnight.
A 40 percent chance of rain. Partly sunny, with a high near 58. Calm wind.
A 30 percent chance of rain. Mostly…
No matter where I went yesterday, everyone was talking about the weather. Yesterday was sensational with a high of 64°F and almost no clouds in the sky all day long. There were some out in shorts, walkers and joggers without coats. As for me, I went for a 1 mile walk with a light jacket, and had to unbutton it before I got home. I even tied the doggies out in the yard for awhile, and they really enjoyed it. It seems like it should be April instead of late February. I just hope that we don't have to pay for it in March and April. That's what my fear is.
CONDITIONS @ 9:15 AM EST:
Temp: 42°F (5°C)
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