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Over the past few days, our web hosting provider for http://backyard.weatherbug.com/ experienced a service interruption. Rest assured that I share your frustration as this meant our community was unable to login to the http://backyard.weatherbug.com/ during this outage.
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Once again, I deeply regret the downtime our community experienced and appreciate your patience.
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If you've visited the WeatherBug Community in the past couple of days, you'll notice the design of the community looks quite different from what you're used to seeing. As my colleague Matt Hartley pointed out in a previous announcement, WeatherBug and our parent company, Earth Networks, has undergone some massive new branding changes.
To ensure the WeatherBug Community consistently reflects the new WeatherBug.com and our new branding changes, we've…Continue
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DEEPER MARINE LAYER WITH A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND SLIGHT CHANCE OF
THUNDERSTORMS THROUGH SUNDAY...MAINLY DURING THE AFTERNOON AND
EVENING EACH DAY. A FEW SHOWERS COULD LINGER NEAR THE SAN
BERNARDINO MOUNTAINS ON MONDAY. OTHERWISE DRY WITH WARMING FOR
MONDAY AND TUESDAY. FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY...A SLOW MOVING LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE EASTERN PACIFIC WILL BEGIN A COOLING
INLAND EMPIRE NORTH (DEVORE):.
A slight chance of showers, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms after 11am. Partly sunny, with a high near 67. South wind 5 to 10 mph becoming west 10 to 15 mph in the morning. Winds…Continue
A Wild Dogwood trying to bloom in this cold Spring weather....
"Read All About It...Sun Plans Daring Escape From Clouds In Northern, MD"
Yesterday was gray, damp day number four.. We are still stuck under a low pressure system that is not budging anytime soon. Should I say it, sure why not..the NWS forecast was wrong again...the expected rain totals were too high, the expected high temp of 51F was for the 3rd day in a row projected too high. We never made it out of the upper 40's The high temperature reached …Continue
Average Wind: 3 mph NNE
Feels Like: 43
Dew Point: 38
Visibility: 10 mi
Sunrise: 6:36 am
Although last night was very chilly, today will feel more like late April. We had a little rain yesterday morning, and cloudy skies most of the day. The high was still below where it should be but we did get a few glimpses of the sun late in the day. Everyday brings out more leaves on the bushes and trees and our world is awakening.
CONDITIONS @ 9 AM EDT:
Temp: 41°F (5°C)
Barometer: 30.17 in (1021.0 mb) Steady
Dew Point: 35°F (2°C)
Friday was another cloudy day, about as cool as Thursday, with only some spotty, occasional drizzle falling at times during the observation day. The high temperature for the day was once again in the mid 50s, with the low in the mid 40s in the overnight/early morning hours. Tonight the temperature is 51.4° at 3:15 AM. It won't get much lower than that by sunrise, hovering around the 50° mark most likely. Friday night there is a chance for spotty drizzle but that is about it. Saturday now looks to be cloudy and remaining cool, highs in the low 60s, with a 30 POP for showers and/or more spotty drizzle. Lows in the lower 50s Saturday night with showers expected (90 POP), mainly after midnight, then on Sunday a 90 POP for rain in the morning and showers likely in the afternoon, with highs in the upper 60s and lows in the upper 50s on Sunday night with a 70 POP for more showers. More showers (50…Continue