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Friday was a real change as we cooled off significantly behind yesterday's cold frontal passage and rainstorms, with cloudy skies and occasional light rain and sprinkles during the earlier part of the day. The technical high temp for the day occurred at midnight and dropped from there and stayed in the 50s during the afternoon (PM max was 55.0° occurring at 1230 and at 1405). Under clearing skies, the temp has now been dropping through the 40s late this evening/early this morning and should hit around 40 by sunrise. The day has been quite breezy at times, and the breeze has kept up a bit and is keeping us from getting even lower temps, as the dew point has dropped into the mid 30s. Clear, sunny weather should dominate the weather patterns through the weekend, with temperatures remaining below normal into next week. Highs on Saturday should reach the upper 60s under…Continue
TH ROUGH MEMORIAL DAY...A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE NEAR THE WEST COAST
WILL MAINTAIN ONSHORE FLOW WITH TEMPERATURES SLIGHTLY BELOW
AVERAGE...A MARINE LAYER DEPTH NEAR 3000 FEET...AND WITH GUSTY WEST
WINDS IN THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS. FOR TUESDAY THROUGH EARLY
WEDNESDAY...A STRONGER TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE MOVING INLAND THROUGH
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COULD BRING WETTING PRECIPITATION FOLLOWED BY
STRONGER WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS FOR THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS FOR
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
INLAND EMPIRE (CAZ248):
SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY...BECOMING SUNNY. PATCHY FOG IN
MAX TEMPERATURE.....71 TO 81.
MIN HUMIDITY........25 TO 35 PERCENT.
WIND (20 FT)........VARIABLE 2 TO 4 MPH BECOMING WEST 10 MPH IN THE…
In a little over a week's time, the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season will start and following the forecast from NOAA that this season will be more active than past seasons it raises the prospect of not just American impacts but British impacts as well. This is because, thanks to how hurricanes move, once they have finished with the United States they almost always take a right hander and barrel across the Atlantic giving us a terrible time about 72 hours after landfall in the United States. However, when they do they are always ex hurricanes. Using a list of historical hurricanes and Google Earth, I have found six hurricanes that made landfall in the United Kingdom. Listed in order of strength the first one comes from 1906 and had this track Tropical%20Storm%201906.jpg
Back in 1906, hurricanes were not…Continue
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.90 ″ : At : 2 a.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.13 ” : At : 11:59 p.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 52 % : At : 2 & 4 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 93 % : At : 2 , 6 & 7 p.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 56 ° At : 10 – 11:59 p.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 61 ° At : 12 :01 – 4 a.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm : at 6 – 9 a.m.
Highest Wind Gust : W – 23 m.p.h. : occurred during the 5 p.m.
Lo : 60 °
Normal : 59 °
Record Warmest : 75 ° In 1953 !
Record Coldest : 40 ° In 1963 !
Hi : 80 °
Normal : 82 °
Record Hottest : 94 ° In 2010 !
Record Coolest : 70 ° In 1963…
Overnight, we had some heavy down bursts that left 0.30 inch of precipitation. We were actually lucky, as some really heavy thunderstorms went through to the west of us, 3 to 4 inches and flooding. We had the occasional sprinkle throughout the day which recorded a total of 0.05". There is more out there but just not reaching the ground or just very light.
We saw our high temperature mid afternoon at 70°F and we are waiting for a front to come through as the weekend high temps are forecast to be in the 50's. …