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**Temperatures have averaged very close to normal during this final week of April, just as we were expecting, with the next major warming trend possible by the end of next week...

Friday, December 2, 2016

milder air coming, again... (pm.02.dec.16)>

Friday's stats:

Low temp: 52.0F (11.1C)
High temp: 59.0F (15.0C)
Rainfall: none

It's totally clear this evening, at the end of a sunshine-filled day.  There were only the faintest and feeblest attempts at cloud development along the mountain peaks this afternoon, along with a period of light haze from the mid-afternoon through the early evening hours -- otherwise the December sun was unhindered.  Temperatures are on the cool side, but actually, more in line with mid-November norms.

Significant warming is just now starting to appear in the upper-levels of the atmosphere, and that's going to set the stage for our weather situation over the coming several days.  It may take a little time for milder temps to appear here at our elevation, but it is looking like we'll see a gradual warming trend over the weekend into early next week.  There could be a few waves of high clouds from time to time, otherwise there should still be a good amount of sunshine.

The next surge of cooler air is currently scheduled for the end of next week -- with extended range computer models continuing to hint at the potential for some kind of storm system in our general vicinity by the 11th of the month, which is a week from Sunday.  It has been a long long long long stretch of dry and uneventful weather around here, so I would be more than happy if we could see our first round of winter precipitation.  We'll keep an eye on it...

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