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**High temps could be heading back toward 60ºF/16ºC during the coming few days. Follow low/high/precip data for this month on the DECEMBER STATS tab above.

Friday, October 1, 2010

friday morning (1oct)>

we have clear skies and 15C/59F early this morning.  satellite pics show very little happening across pakistan, northern india and nepal.

expect our daily dose of morning sunshine to continue right through the forecast period.  we'll still get a build-up of clouds during the afternoon hours, but as threatening as they may look at times, no significant rainfall is expected.  there was some thunder over the mountains yesterday afternoon... but frankly that could occur on just about any day during this time of year.  i am a little concerned about a series of weak upper-level disturbances that will wobble through northern india during the first part of next week.  although instability and moisture are minimal, there is a chance we could see a couple of rounds of random thundershowers.  any rainfall that does occur should be quite light, though.  extended guidance from the computer models is showing pretty stable temperatures into the middle of next week...

FRIDAY: sunshine this morning.  partly to mostly cloudy skies during the afternoon.
high: 21C (70F)

FRIDAY NIGHT: evening clouds... then clearing shortly after sunset.
low: 14C (58F)

SATURDAY: lots of morning sun, but becoming partly to mostly cloudy in the PM.
high: 22C (71F)

SUNDAY: partly sunny skies, with a chance of a brief PM thundershower.
high: 22C (71F)

MONDAY: partly to mostly sunny with a slight chance of a PM thundershower.
high: 21C (70F)

TUESDAY: partly sunny skies.  a thundershower is possible, mainly during the afternoon.
high: 21C (69F)