Today is the first day of Meteorological Fall with the official 1st day of Astronomical Fall beginning later this September on the 23rd.

The weather will become cooler towards the weekend with Gusty SW winds developing Wednesday afternoon and then on and off through Friday. Highs over the weekend will be in the mid 60s with lows in the upper 20s and 30s. It is possible that there will be a short term freeze Sunday AM over the lower elevations of Mammoth.


WX Discussion:

Long Wave Trough over the NE pacific will reload….  Two strong late Summer short waves will carve this system south and into the west coast bringing cooling, with windy weather over the Northern Sierra and breezy weather over the Central and Southern Sierra. High temps will cool a good 10 to 15 degrees by the weekend. Although this is a dry system for Central Ca….The SW flow will flush out the haze from the Rough Fire by shunting the smoke to our south….Much like it did last Saturday afternoon and Sunday.


The longer range shows SE flow developing by the middle of next week for a chance of some late Summer Monsoon action….Expect a warming trend next week…..


The Nino 3.4 region came in at +2.2C yesterday or 4F above normal!


Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………….:-)