Continued dry conditions 5:00 a.m. Tuesday 13 October 2015
Well the cold front from yesterday will get to help us somewhat today with temperatures, but not nearly as much as we would like as highs will still warm way above normal for October. Later this afternoon we will range in the upper 80s with a gentle now northerly breeze up to 15mph as high pressure has settled in, bringing down the winds but this will work against us tomorrow. The morning for Wednesday will be nice and Fall-like as we will have clear skies and this will allow us to cool into the lower 50s, but as the sunshine comes back out and our southerly winds return, highs will be hotter now reaching into the 90s. The rest of the week still doesn’t show any rain chances, at least not yet but we can be hopeful once our next cold front gets here before the weekend. By Friday, finally temperatures will back off into the 80s and winds will be kicking back up too with gusty conditions. Saturday and Sunday also show the same cooler weather as we will only make it into the upper 70s for most. Now this is a good thing at least for our temperatures, but we are still incredibly dry out there. Drought conditions still exist, and as the air still remains dry along with the ground, we need to be careful for high wild fire risk on the days that the winds pick up.
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