Sunday, November 29, 2015

typically uneventful... (pm.29.nov.15)>

Sunday's stats:

Low temp: 50.5F (10.3C)
High temp: 59.5F (15.3C)
Rainfall: none

Light haze is reducing visibilities a bit just after dark this evening, otherwise our skies are mostly clear.  Today featured a much larger percentage of sunshine than yesterday, but we still had occasional haziness (worse in the valleys below) and some minor cumulus development in the vicinity of the mountains.  Temperatures were just slightly milder than yesterday's -- keeping us running above normal for the very end of November.  Humidity at my location averaged just above 50%.

There's very little to be all that concerned about weather-wise during the coming week, with a typically dull and uneventful set of meteorological variables in place for this time of year.  We've seen some warming aloft occurring the last couple of days, and that has caused yet another moderate inversion to develop across much of northern India.  A weak circulation and pool of cooler air aloft will slide into our neighborhood from the northwest by late Tuesday into Wednesday, but even drier air will also be sweeping in at the same time, so right now there doesn't appear to be any risk of precipitation.  We could have one or two days of slightly dipping temperatures, but then models are still hinting at a significant and rather unseasonable warm-up by the weekend.

Over the course of the next six or seven days there should be a good amount of variability between sun, haze and occasional clouds -- but I think in the end, the sun will win out once we get a retrospective look at the week.

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