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Monday, April 27, 2015

a bit mundane... (pm.27.apr.15)>

Monday's stats:

Low temp: 58.3F (14.6C)
High temp: 71.0F (21.7C)
Rainfall: none

There's still a lot of haze out there this evening at sunset, with partly cloudy skies otherwise.  Today we've seen the back-and-forth between clouds and sun that we were expecting, along with those very hazy conditions.  Thundershowers have held off so far, though our temperatures were a few degrees cooler than projected.

An upper-level disturbance is slowing moving across northern Pakistan at the moment, and has kept a fairly widespread area of showers and thunderstorms concentrated well to our north -- across Kashmir.  Each run of the computer model data since last evening has been less and less impressive with thundershower development here in our area in association with this system, but there still a good chance that we could catch a round of showers or thundershowers during the coming 24 hours or so.  Wednesday will probably be an 'in between' kind of day -- with another disturbance scheduled to move across northern India on Thursday into Friday.  That will increase our risk of some thundershowers once again.  Otherwise, we should continue to see this mix of hazy sun and clouds that has been so prevalent the last day or two.

Only isolated afternoon or early evening thunder potential exists over the weekend -- and right now it is looking marginally good enough to even include in the forecast.  Averaged out, our temperatures will remain pleasant enough, though perhaps a little bit cooler than normal for the April-to-May transition period...

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