Tracking Nothing And Loving It

August 14th, 2014 at 8:28 am by under Weather

Yep… It’s true.  I’m tracking nothing today.  (Sorry boss!)  No tropical systems, no thunderstorms, no meteorites.  Nothing.  Well, I guess you could argue that I’m tracking cooler weather.  Ok…You got me.  This morning temperatures were in the upper 50s to low 60s in our inland locations.  It was still in the 70s right near the shore.  Today we have a large area of high pressure in the region.  We’ll see lots of sunshine and it will be super dry outside.

Regional Dew Points

Regional Dew Points

The air is dry all the way down to Georgia and South Carolina.  Incredible.  Highs will be in the low/mid 80s and there will be a light north/northwest breeze.  It will feel like a little taste of early Fall.  Tonight we’ll have a few clouds and lows in the 60s.  Highs will be in the low 80s tomorrow.  However, we’ll heat up on Sunday to near 90.  We’ll be in the 90s also early next week.

In International News, Australia has downgraded the chance for El Nino forming this year.  This according to Bloomberg.com: Less Chance For El Nino.  This could really impact the west which is in great need of rain.  Especially California.  According “The Desert Sun”, 82% of the state is in either extreme (level 4 of 5) or exceptional (level 5) drought.  Here’s the story.  California Drought/Heat.

Meteorologist: Jeremy Wheeler

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