Published: 8.1.15 7:23am
Good Morning Folks! We kick off the month of August today which is typically our last month of continual, day to day heat and as we move through September we are exposed to shots of cooler weather, with October bringing the colder weather we expect to find as we move into winter. With this in mind enjoy the heat this month as many of us will be complaining about the cold and moisture this winter, especially if the Strong El Nino forecasted remains at the “Strong” level for the upcoming winter.
Yesterday was gorgeous and today and Sunday will follow suit as dewpoints are the real champion here, creating a cool feeling in the shade and early morning/late evening hours. Of course temps are still normal, if not above normal at times, however with lower dewpoints many of us will breathe a sigh of relief from the sometimes oppressive moisture we find this time of year. Taking this into account, mostly sunny skies will sit overhead today through Monday and temps will push into the low 70’s – mid 80’s today and tomorrow, rising to the mid 70’s – upper 80’s on Monday. If you have been yearning for a long distance view this summer but have been falling short due to hazy afternoons, then this weekend is for you as lower dewpoints also take away the haziness that will free up another 10 – 20 miles in viewing distance. Overnight lows will dip into the upper 50’s – mid 60’s... click here for more