MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014 TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION: EL NINO updates are at the bottom of this page. TODAY’S FIRE WEATHER: VERY HIGH. * my opinion.
The Weather today in Crestline will be a lot like yesterday. Temps today will range from 84-89* around the area with a chance of Thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening hours. Continued Monsoonal flow from the South will keep a chance for Thunderstorms in the area for the next few days, or so. Mid to High level clouds will be with us as well and should keep the daytime temps a little lower. High humidity levels will help keep things a little sticky today. Overnight lows will cool to the mid 60s with a SW breeze from 5-10mph.
Local temps around the area were, Rock Camp-87/64, Twin Peaks-80/64, Camp Paivika-80/64 and here at Lake Gregory-83/64. Winds today will be from the SSW from 5-10mph. *RC
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As for the 2014/2015 “EL NINO”. JULY 21st, UPDATE:
As of July 21st, Sea surface temperatures continue to cool along the western coastal ( Eastern Pacific) areas from SoCal, to South America. However, overall they are still above normal at this time. SST’s continue to be warmer than normal along the Equatorial area. This doesn’t mean an EL NINO is off the table. There are many conditions that play into an EL NINO, SST’s are just one of them. Atmospheric Conditions have yet to respond to what would be an EL NINO pattern. This too is not unusual, during the developmental phase of EL NINO, and very well may change by September. At this time, the Climate Prediction Center favors a weak to moderate El Nino ahead for winter 2014/2015. Forecast models are based on real time data as well as past events. So as Fall and Winter draw near, the EL NINO forecast will get better. * RC
MONDAY, JULY 28, 2014
TODAY’S WEATHER DISCUSSION:
EL NINO updates are at the bottom of this page.
TODAY’S FIRE WEATHER: VERY HIGH.
* my opinion.