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We have just completed a week in which we here in suburban Minneapolis received nearly 5" of rain. The forecast seems to indicate a change in the weather pattern here in the western Great Lakes region as dry and seasonally cool weather is in the offing.
***Strong offshore winds across Southern California through Monday afternoon***
Surface high pressure over the Great Basin will bring northeast to east winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph to the mountains and below the canyons and passes of Southern California through Monday afternoon. The offshore gradient will weaken late Monday afternoon causing winds to lighten, but local gusty offshore winds will continue across Southern California through Tuesday afternoon. Winds will become light Tuesday night and onshore by Wednesday afternoon. A strong ridge of high pressure aloft off the California Coast will cause temperatures to be 10 to 20 degrees above normal away fr
Our weather forecast isn't looking too good for the next few days. This morning is pleasant but rain is expected to move in by day's end. We are seeing some sun but there is already an increase of clouds, and temperatures are cool. We could see highs in the 70s today for probably the last time while we are here.
Our 10 AM temp is 50°F, the humidity is 88% and winds are from the south at 5 mph. The pressure is 30.21" The dew point is 46°F and skies are mostly cloudy. Yesterday's high was 64°F and the low was 37°F.
Today...Partly sunny. Highs around 70. Southeast winds 10 mph increasing to 10 to 15 mph in the afternoon.
Tonight...Chance of rain showers in the evening...Then rain showers and…Continue
Saturday was a partly to mostly cloudy day, as the cold front moved on through. Temperatures started out in the mid 60s around sunrise, then only rose into the low 70s for the high temperature for the day in the early afternoon. It was less humid today, with dew points ranging from the mid 60s early dropping to the upper 50s later in the day. Temperatures early this Sunday morning around 4:15 AM have dropped to the mid 50s with dew points in the low 50s under clear skies. Minimum temperatures look to drop into the low 50s under clear skies till sunrise in a few hours along with dew point temperatures lowering to around the 50° mark. Sunday should have mostly sunny skies with high temperaturese in the low 70s. Lows Sunday night under clear skies should be in the mid 50s. Monday looks to be sunny in the AM with highs in the low 70s, turning cloudy in the PM hours with lows in the upper 50s…Continue
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 30.00″
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.12″
Lowest Relative Humidity : 41%
Highest Relative Humidity : 97%
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 66°
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 72°
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm for several hours
Highest Wind Gust : NE – 7 m.p.h. at 2:57 p.m.
Lo : 66º
Normal : 56°
Record Warmest : 73° In 1958 !
Record Coldest : 38° In 1983 !
Hi : 94°
Normal : 81°
Record Hottest : 95° In 2010 !
Record Coolest : 55° In 1975 !
Rainfall : 0.00″ : Daily Normal 0.12″
Record Wettest : 3.51″…Continue
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