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**If thundershower development does not disrupt affairs, we should be approaching the warmest/hottest temps of this summer season over this coming weekend...

Monday, February 6, 2017

minor issues this week... (pm.06.feb.17)>

Monday's stats:

Low temp: 40.6F (4.8C)
High temp: 52.9F (11.6C)
Precipitation: 0.17" (4mm)

Predawn thundershowers capped off our recent storm system, bringing the total rainfall since late Saturday evening up to 1.02" (2.6cm).  That's about a half-inch (1.2cm) less than what the average of all the computer model data was suggesting --  but still a healthy enough amount of moisture during this first week of February.

Our weather pattern during these coming several days isn't a totally quiet one, but neither is it a particularly stormy one.  Temperatures should average out just slightly cooler than normal for this time of year between tomorrow (Tue) and Friday, with hints of a significant warm-up over the weekend.  Rain chances aren't great, but we stand at least a slight chance of picking up a few mainly light showers between Wednesday afternoon and Friday, as the next upper-level disturbance and pool of cold air aloft drifts across northern India.