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Above normal temperatures hanging around for the foreseeable future

Updated: 5 hours ago

The weather headline above is enough to give pause during the summer months, but since we’re starting meteorological winter tomorrow, warmer-than-normal temperatures aren’t that bad; we’re just not where we should be and it doesn’t really feel like a few weeks before Christmas. We do have a few cold fronts on the way, the first one arriving Wednesday, but these fronts are generally weak and won’t bring us much weather changes. Today’s temperatures are starting out warmer in the low-to-mid 40s with a few clouds from time-to-time, and we’ll end up with high temperatures warmer than yesterday as we reach the low-to-mid 70s. Our next front arrives tomorrow but this front is not close to the surface and is aloft in the atmosphere. Southwesterly and westerly winds ahead of this front will boost temperatures into the low-to-mid 50s tomorrow morning with patchy fog possible. We’re expecting late-day highs to reach the mid-70s even with partly cloudy skies. A very minute drop in humidity arrives with Wednesday’s front as dew points drop a degree or two, but actual temperatures stay warm. We’ll start out again in the low-to-mid 50s and end up in the mid-70s.

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Updated: 5 hours ago
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The weather headline above is enough to give pause during the summer months, but since we’re starting meteorological winter tomorrow, warmer-than-normal temperatures aren’t that bad; we’re just not where we should be and it doesn’t really feel like a few weeks before Christmas. We do have a few cold fronts on the way, the first one arriving Wednesday, but these fronts are generally weak and won’t bring us much weather changes. Today’s temperatures are starting out warmer in the low-to-mid 40s with a few clouds from time-to-time, and we’ll end up with high temperatures warmer than yesterday as we reach the low-to-mid 70s. Our next front arrives tomorrow but this front is not close to the surface and is aloft in the atmosphere. Southwesterly and westerly winds ahead of this front will boost temperatures into the low-to-mid 50s tomorrow morning with patchy fog possible. We’re expecting late-day highs to reach the mid-70s even with partly cloudy skies. A very minute drop in humidity arrives with Wednesday’s front as dew points drop a degree or two, but actual temperatures stay warm. We’ll start out again in the low-to-mid 50s and end up in the mid-70s.

Read More...
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