NOTE: Sorry about neglecting to update Thu detailed forecast the other day. Discussion in Weather Points nailed it. But I left in "chance of showers late" for Thu details. Oops! Guess I was covering all my bases :)
The mild pattern continues. Yet, the changes are beginning to happen.
Well, things change. Now all but one model (and it is cooler than it was), show us failing to reach above 60 any day next week. And the warmest is Thu with temps near 60 for several hours before falling back. Tue, Wed, Thu have temps in mid-50s for the most part. Warm? Yes. Record breaking? No. Incredible? No.
One must remember. A warm up with rain never warms like it will under sunshine. Last weekend, and next week will show that. Rain = fight is going on. The ridge that has dominated our weather since the end of August is now under attack. This will continue through the end of the month. We could get a lot of rain the last two weeks of December.
My Weather Points for the Next 7 Days:
Thursday: 50. Mostly cloudy. Rain. Ending late.
Friday: 40. Much colder. Sun and clouds. Gusty winds.
Saturday: 33. Cold. Sun and clouds. Snow shower possible. Gusty winds.
Sunday: 38. Cold. Mostly sunny.
Monday: 42. Cloudy. Seasonal. Drizzle/light rain shower late.
Tuesday: 54. Partly sunny. Breezy.
Wednesday: 52. Rain. Some heavy.
Christmas Eve: 60. Rain on and off. Warm.
Christmas: 50. Windy. Cooler. Temps steady or sliding slowly.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.