Weather to be Fair and Dry Now through early next week with Typical Zephyr Breezes late afternoons and early evening hours……Near seasonal Temps Expected for the High Country….
Wednesday July 25, 2012
Posted at 8:36 am by Howard
Latest 12z WRF guidance showed weak troughing off shore that is continuing the drying process. The return of high pressure aloft combining with the troughing will insure a warmer day today with the usual afternoon WSW breezes to 30 mph…..continuing into the evening hours.
Temps will peak out today as the upper high does as well….expect a high of 81 for Mammoth. The upper high will begin shifting east Thursday. Expect a few degree of cooling Thursday into Friday with some afternoon clouds as well. Weekend temps will be near 80 both Saturday and Sunday. Little change is expected through Tuesday next week. Night time lows are back into the 40s…..
Next change in the weather will occur the 2nd half of next week…..
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