Warmer then normal temps to highlight the weather in the Eastern Sierra this week……a few isolated Thunder Storms possible Tuesday and Wednesday PM…..
Monday August 22, 2011
Posted at 8:36 am by Howard
The last 3rd of the Summer begins on a much warmer then normal note. After a nice weekend, the upper high over Texas shifts back west…..this time as far was as Las Vegas by next Saturday. Throughout the process, we have a light surge of mid level moisture along with the warming Tuesday and Wednesday, for some isolated Thunder. This will be mainly in the late afternoon and early evening hours. High temps will begin in the Mid to upper 70s today and warm into the Mid 80s by Saturday. Expect some high cloudiness the next day or so from an old defunct hurricane last week.
Afternoon winds will not be anything out of the ordinary, from 10 to 20 mph out of the south.
Here is your temperature forecast for Mammoth Lakes for this week:
Monday Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
SUNNY SUNNY PTCLDY SUNNY SUNNY SUNNY SUNNY
/77 43/81 49/83 49/83 50/84 49/85 49/84
Data Logging to be back on line in early september.
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