A Nice End to Spring Break

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the active weather that brought us into spring break, we finally get a nice end to the week. High pressure is moving in and will start to clear out the skies. Afternoon temperatures are already going to be 5-10 degrees warmer today than what we had yesterday. Then, another 5-10 degree jump … Continue reading »

Another Warm and Sunny Day

WEATHER DISCUSSION High pressure continues across the region, keeping sunny skies and warmer afternoons in play. A few light cirrus will paint the sky and temperatures will rise 10-15 degrees above season average. This morning has proven similar to yesterday’s. Cold to Chilly overnight temperatures and western river valley fog. Fog will lift a few … Continue reading »

Dry, Sunny, and Warm For a Few Days

WEATHER DISCUSSION Clouds are on their way out, and temperatures are beginning to warm in the afternoons. We sit in between two active weather patterns. One came through last weekend and lasted until yesterday. The next will start on Friday. Until then, high pressure will cause inactivity to be the case. We will start with … Continue reading »

Light Showers for St. Paddy’s Day

WEATHER DISCUSSION Happy St. Patrick’s Day! After the wet weekend, our active weather pattern is coming to an end. High pressure is trying to build in and dry us up; but before it does, we will get one more round of rain. This line will be much different from what came in over the weekend. … Continue reading »

Warming Trend Begins

WEATHER DISCUSSION Now that the high pressure ridge is moving in, we will get back to quiet weather for the week. Dry, sunny and warm conditions will be the case working through at least the next seven days. Think of high pressure like a weight that’s put on the atmosphere. During the day, when the … Continue reading »

Gradual Cooling Through the Week

WEATHER DISCUSSION Now that the axis of the high pressure ridge has come and gone, the temperatures in the afternoons will┬ástart to cool off. However, it will not be a quick cool down. Temperatures will take their time only dropping an average of 2-5 degrees per afternoon. Only a few clouds will move overhead over … Continue reading »

Warmest Temperatures This Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION As the axis of high pressure moves over the region, the warmest of the afternoon highs comes with it. Expect to be 10-15 degrees above average temperatures through the weekend. After Sunday, the ridge will slowly start breaking down, and that will allow for a gradual cool down over the course of the … Continue reading »

Warmer Still for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION Still sitting in the region of high pressure. The axis will move overhead on Saturday, meaning that the warmest of the temperatures will land on this day. Expect the 60’s at the coast, 80’s in the Basin, anywhere from the 60’s to the 80’s for the high country, and upper 80’s for the … Continue reading »

One More Round of Light Showers

WEATHER DISCUSSION A weak cold front will be swinging onshore throughout the overnight hours tonight. What it will bring with it is another day of cool temperatures and a chance for showers. There showers will be nothing like the downpour a few days ago, but at least a tenth of an inch could fall at … Continue reading »

Rain Starting to Fizzle Out

WEATHER DISCUSSION We have finally seen the heaviest of rain that will fall with this system. The last 48 hours proved to bring more rain than expected to our region, allowing for a little relief from the extremely dry conditions we’ve seen for a while. Early estimates with this storm were showing less than an … Continue reading »

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