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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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Slightly gh pressure ridge overhead is weakening a bit which will allow onshore flow to increase over the area the next few days. This will result in cooler weather along the coast with typical sea breezes during the afternoon. The marine layer will return to the coastal areas, but inland penetration will be minimal and it will remain very warm and dry over interior locations and higher elevations. Temperatures away from the coastal influence will still remain above normal this week wit
INLAND EMPIRE (CAZ248):
HEAT ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PDT SUNDAY
MAX TEMPERATURE.....93 TO 101.
MIN HUMIDITY........15 TO 25 PERCENT.
Today a mix of sun and cloud. 60 percent chance of showers this afternoon with risk of thundershowers. Fog patches retreating to the coast this morning. High 26°C except 20°C along the coast. Humidex 33. UV index 8 or very high. Tonight partly cloudy. 60 percent chance of showers this evening with risk of thundershowers. Fog patches spreading inland this evening. Low 17°C.
Temperature:19.9°C--- Dewpoint:18.6°C--- Humidity:92%--- Wind:NNW 5 km/h
Needless to say, I was very disappointed when I got up this morning and found everything bone dry. I expected to see at least a little water in my gauge, but there was none. So I pulled up the latest radar images on my computer, and low and behold, it's still coming. I can't believe how slow it is moving. I just heard rain drops on my skylight, but it was short lived. The radar images give me hope that we will finally get some much needed rain today. I'm not sure if it will be enough to save the corn crop but I'm hoping.so.
Right now (8:45 AM EDT), our temp is 71°F (21°C) , the humidity is 76% and skies are overcast. The barometer is 29.97 in (rising), and visibility is 10 miles. The dew point is 66°F (19°C) and winds are from the south at 5 mph.…Continue
"Gust Front moving in fast yesterday afternoon"
"Mostly Sunny, Hot & Humid. Air Quality Alert For Northern, MD"
Yesterday was Mostly Sunny, Hot and Humid. In fact it felt like a tropical jungle. Dew Points were in the mid to upper 70's and the Relative Humidity hovered in the mid 60's much of the day. The Heat Index topped out 102.5°F. The High temperature reached 92.8°F at 5:15…Continue