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Tyrone

We’ve had clear days with blue skies but cold nights. Went down to 1.5C this morning and got up to 18C then the rain came back so tonight is actually quite warm for almost winter. It’s 10C and raining around 10pm. It’s the time of year when I want cloud and a bit of a breeze at night to keep icicles from forming. 

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sandgroper

Currently 13c but bright and sunny, heading for a cool top of 18c, perfect weather for working out in the yard.

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Tyrone

It blew hard down here overnight and until about 2pm. Really cold winds. I think we made 15C. Cloudy and rainy but the clouds seal in the heat at night. 

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Silas_Sancona

A hot ..but decently nice 92F at 1:15PM on Memorial day eve.. " Get out and go for a walk " pleasant 68 or 9 tonight, and 95-ish tomorrow, before another warm up sets it as we kick off June..

Not looking any hotter that it has already been yet, though lows may start rising into the mid / upper 70s by next weekend.  

Some meager hints moisture might try to sneak across the AZ / Mexico / New Mexico border in far southeastern AZ next weekend, but, chances of that occurring hover around 20% atm.  Any storms that could occur out that way are sure to be dry, which could mean fire starts.  Meaningful moisture - anywhere - in the state is at least 17-20 days out from next weekend  ..On the optimistic end of the scale.

On another note,  ...Today's 12z GFS " Fantasy - cast "   No, not the suggested 113F reading for here.. That's about right  for mid - June. Look west.


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500MB heights

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..We often hear of " wish / fantasy hurricane forecasts " being depicted by highly intoxicated  model runs during the summer, ..but, how 'bout " Fantasy Nuke Fest- casts? ..For those of us lucky enough to live " in the Oven " of the country?   Regardless,  Hints are there for the arrival of some  110- 110+ heat soon,  It is June. 

..but, this,.. really?


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Still though..

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sandgroper

Very cold this morning down to 5c 2 days out from the first day of winter.  Heading for 19c today, it's sunny at the moment but they say there'll be a bit of cloud around later.

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Tyrone
6 hours ago, sandgroper said:

Very cold this morning down to 5c 2 days out from the first day of winter.  Heading for 19c today, it's sunny at the moment but they say there'll be a bit of cloud around later.

Thankfully there's quite a bit of cloud coming over our part of the world for the next few days, so you should be quite a bit warmer tonight. The coldest Ive been so far was 1.5C the other morning but last night we were back up to 11 and 12C roughly all night due to heavy cloud. Its the clear windless nights that freak me out this time of year. Thankfully I don't think this year is going to get a lot of that. If the winter rains delay and the air becomes clear and dry then that's a worry. I remember that in a bad year up in Perth that could happen from about now until the 3rd week in June before the cold fronts finally kicked in and kept minimums up a bit. I think this winter may be OK. Our cold fronts and rain have already begun. 

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palmsOrl

The rain is finally here.  Though we have picked up some throughout May, it hasn't exactly been a wet month here.  72F with rain here currently.

-Michael

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Samuel

It’s the 31st of may and it’s 15c in north London plus it’s been raining on and off since yesterday no sign of our supposed summer med climate arriving anytime soon :D

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Tyrone

First day of winter and this morning the clouds suddenly cleared away (blankets are off) and it dropped to 2.6C just before sun up. Rain returns this evening.

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sandgroper

Clear and sunny in Perth at the moment for the first day of winter heading for 20c but it was a cold morning, 6c is not nice to climb out of bed to.

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tim_brissy_13

Absolutely freezing in Melbourne lately. Struggling to get above 10C/50F today, and there’s more of the same on the way in the next week. I sometimes really wonder how some palms from tropical origins survive here at all. 

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GottmitAlex

June 1st, 2022, 10:57 PM PST 

15C

 

 

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Silas_Sancona

102F at 3PM ..Maybe tack on a deg. or 2 by 5.. 


Some current readings around Chandler Proper and the East Valley:


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Forecast for tomorrow and the weekend stays in the cruising lane w/ maybe some passing high clouds,  before facing down the Gauntlet next weekend.. Dew Points may attempt to creep up into the 40s at times next week as well.

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Afternoon screenshot across the southwest.. Still an outside chance some moisture may sneak into far E. / S.E. AZ from New Mexico before the weekend closes out. Regardless, some signs moisture may not stay away for long.  Mexico is looking good atm as well. ** Image Credit: College of Dupage NEXLAB ** 

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 ..After some unusual - but not un-herd of - June showers for parts of the state this weekend, could be quite the roaster of a heatwave settling in over California..

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Here, as the saying goes..

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More positive signs on the horizon??

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..More on that  later..  Getting close..

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sandgroper

A bright and sunny day heading for a top of 19c, lovely weather.

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Tyrone

Nothing but thick clouds down here. A minimum of 10.6C and a max of 15.5C. 

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Ryland

It’s 19.8°C (68°F) here right now and rising. It may reach 21-22 this afternoon. Despite being this far north the strong sun makes it feel very warm, I wouldn’t have our summers any warmer actually. All the palms are loving it and growing well. Actually, with the exception of a very stubborn CIDP which can’t even keep up with my Brahea armata for growth!

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Silas_Sancona

A mild 82Fat 11:35PM..  100-103 and passing high clouds for the weekend, then,  ..off to the races.  Maybe a taste of what lies beyond the heat  mid/ late next week.. as the sizzle ..and 80 / 80+ overnight lows settle in.

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UK_Palms
On 5/31/2022 at 5:22 PM, Samuel said:

It’s the 31st of may and it’s 15c in north London plus it’s been raining on and off since yesterday no sign of our supposed summer med climate arriving anytime soon :D

Many true Med regions had rain and 15-16C highs on the 31st. We've actually been running above average for some months now, so it had to drop below average at some point. A week or two of below average temps and a bit of rain is nothing out of the ordinary. We need it given that some parts of southeastern England are still only on 3-4 inches of rainfall for the entire year so far. 

Anyway, I maxed out at 24C / 75F here on Friday. A decent early summer's day, given that we will be running below average for the next week or so now. It's a bit of a mixed bag, but can't complain too much. Things will pick up again later next week. 

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It's definitely looking on the cool side with thunderstorms over the next week or so, but again it's only the first week of summer. A mixed bag, but we can't really complain given the dry, warmish weather that we have had in recent months...

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This current La Nina is entering record breaking territory now for the time of year...

 

SST's are off the scale around Europe, which can only really lead to warmer than average conditions this summer... at least you would think...

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Samuel
2 hours ago, UK_Palms said:

Many true Med regions had rain and 15-16C highs on the 31st. We've actually been running above average for some months now, so it had to drop below average at some point. A week or two of below average temps and a bit of rain is nothing out of the ordinary. We need it given that some parts of southeastern England are still only on 3-4 inches of rainfall for the entire year so far. 

Anyway, I maxed out at 24C / 75F here on Friday. A decent early summer's day, given that we will be running below average for the next week or so now. It's a bit of a mixed bag, but can't complain too much. Things will pick up again later next week. 

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It's definitely looking on the cool side with thunderstorms over the next week or so, but again it's only the first week of summer. A mixed bag, but we can't really complain given the dry, warmish weather that we have had in recent months...

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This current La Nina is entering record breaking territory now for the time of year...

 

SST's are off the scale around Europe, which can only really lead to warmer than average conditions this summer... at least you would think...

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The warm waters around the uk can be a blessing or a curse they can either enhance warmer temperatures and decrease modification from hot air that comes up from Africa or a more likely scenario for us in the uk will be to increase rain and cloud cover. June is already is looking like another summer month not to achieve 200 hours of sunshine for us in the London area pretty tragic given We have the longest daylight hours you have to go back to 2018 for a sunny June 

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Silas_Sancona

94F ..on the way to:  ..Hot    ..But not too hot..  yet.

Saturday Morning " Fantasy Forecast " edition:  Rip roaring start of Monsoon '22 ??

I'm all for starting off this year's Monsoon Season with a Nuclear -sized bang, but... To  say this morning's 12Z GFS run is likely  very  exaggerated, is putting it mildly..  Rare that we see any measurable precip. in June, let alone approaching .50" ( ..or more, as it shows on the Total Precip. Map )  Last year, we had about .02" - .05" around the 22nd,  and that flirted w/ a record, if not matched a few ..if  my memory is correct..  ( Guess i'll have to check again, haha )  This particular scenario would destroy records.. 


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While we can have some humid/ hot days leading up to the first wetting rains, 3 days w/ dew points over 60 / Humidity approaching 75% at times ..right out of the gate might be a bit of an exaggeration, up this way especially. 

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PWats approaching 6 standard deviations from normal would be pretty crazy as well..

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Regardless, something is showing up in the models for the middle / end of next week,  then again around the 17th-20th that might bring moisture into the area from Mexico, ..and maybe some  " Dry " Thunderstorm activity to the mountains / Rim / S.E AZ  but,  ..Guess we'll see what happens..  Wouldn't mind this scenario at all though :greenthumb:

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SailorBold

Warming up to consistent summer temps here in the high desert.. very warm May with 2 weeks in the 90s already.. despite all those strange cold fronts one right after the other.

Nice evening here 78 just after 10p.

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sandgroper

Starting to get very chilly here in Oz.

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greysrigging

Record heat levels in Darwin as well as thunderstorms and rain in the first 5 days of June. A dry season month so highly unusual !
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Plenty of storms out there including the named storms we have, Hector The Convector over on the Tiwi Islands to our north, and the Labelle Cell to our southwest.
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The labelle Cell firing up yesterday
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A tough nights sleep last night....
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Hopefully back to normal late next week.
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Samuel

It’s the 5th of June and it’s 14c here in London cloudy and windy it’s more like Iceland the God knows when summer will return here looks like we will struggle to even reach 20c in the next week the wait for our summer med climate goes on :D

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Tyrone
1 hour ago, Samuel said:

It’s the 5th of June and it’s 14c here in London cloudy and windy it’s more like Iceland the God knows when summer will return here looks like we will struggle to even reach 20c in the next week the wait for our summer med climate goes on :D

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That’s roughly what the weather is like here except for the 22C on Tuesday. It got to 15C here today with repetitive rain showers all day. 

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GottmitAlex

June 5th, 2022

3:12PM pst,

32C/90F

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Collectorpalms

It’s only starting to get miserably hot. Today our city has the highest forecast heat index of 107F, in southeast Texas. Most palms will love it, but not much else…

Laredo, Tx is usually the worst in Texas. Their forecast is 111F/44C heat index today.

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UK_Palms

@Samuel @Tyrone After months of dry conditions and above average temperatures, it has been a cold start to June and summer. I reached 24C on Friday and 22C on Saturday, but yesterday was cool and wet with some parts of the country (East Anglia) seeing their coldest June day in 37 years!

When the west coast of Scotland is the warmest part of the UK, you know it is a bad day for the wider UK! 

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Temperatures were 7C (15F) below average in parts of central England and 5C (10F) below average for me here yesterday. Oh well, you win some and you lose some.

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The first week of summer doesn’t make a season, Samuel. Looking at the forecast we may not see any more rain for sometime with temperatures back into the low 20’s C tomorrow. Close to average for the time of year and not too bad for early summer I suppose. I’m not really complaining. Let’s see if July & August delivers for us. I think it will be hot and dry this year.

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amh

102F, but it only feels like 110F.

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sandgroper
51 minutes ago, amh said:

102F, but it only feels like 110F.

:D

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Silas_Sancona
1 hour ago, amh said:

102F, but it only feels like 110F.

Hey, lol ..I can always throw the 114-117F forecast for Saturday in a box and ship it your way - express-  if you like.. :lol::D

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amh
16 minutes ago, Silas_Sancona said:

Hey, lol ..I can always throw the 114-117F forecast for Saturday in a box and ship it your way - express-  if you like.. :lol::D

,But its a dry heat.

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Silas_Sancona
3 minutes ago, amh said:

,But its a dry heat.

 Just means everything fries everything faster..  Dew point could be in the 40's on Saturday too.  Fun, haha

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1 minute ago, Silas_Sancona said:

 Just means everything fries everything faster..  Dew point could be in the 40's on Saturday too.  Fun, haha

Dew points in the low 60s, but about 10'' short on rain so far this year.

I'm going to have to decide what dies and what survives soon.

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Silas_Sancona
20 minutes ago, amh said:

Dew points in the low 60s, but about 10'' short on rain so far this year.

I'm going to have to decide what dies and what survives soon.

Weird.. Looked like a good %' age  of Texas saw rain at some point last week..  Would welcome a full summer of 60deg dew points here..  Helps keep the " Bleepin " - level heat in check.

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amh
3 minutes ago, Silas_Sancona said:

Weird.. Looked like a good %' age  of Texas saw rain at some point last week..  Would welcome a full summer of 60deg dew points here..  Helps keep the " Bleepin " - level heat in check.

The last 10 storm events completely missed me. I dont think temperatures will below 100 anytime soon and there is no rain on the horizon. Hoping for a category 3 or better to hit the southern coast.

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sandgroper

Currently 18c heading for a sunny top of 21c. Wet weather comes in tomorrow and should stick around for the next seven days with tops between 20c and 23c according to BOM.

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sandgroper

I've a feeling we may get wet tomorrow.

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Silas_Sancona

93F ..at 9:03AM  On the way to 106-109F later...  Could be the " coolest " day for several..

Regarding this weekend's nuke fest season opener?

Current WxU forecast:


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Current point n' click NOAA for this part of town:

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Pretty much everyone's  getting cooked.. Not surprised at all if these turn hot pink ( = Excessive Heat Warning ) with the " watch " area expanded state- wide  in the next day or two..

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Then there's this, from one of our trusted forecast Gurus:  Hard to see on the screen capture, but yes..  that is 118F suggested by the WRF GFS  for Saturday ( ..and 112-115F for Tucson as well )  ...Yuck is right, lol.

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Could both the locall NWS office and current Wx Underground forecasts be under estimating the heat a bit? Have to watch for changes thru the rest of the week..  Will shatter long standing records if we exceed the rounded out # of 114F on Saturday regardless.

One thing is certain: we'll find out soon enough. :blink:  *** As was the case last year, ALL popular hiking trails in Phoenix will be CLOSED 10am-5pm once the excessive heat watch is upgraded to a warning..***

Regardless don't be a dummy / " that Dude / Dudette ", hang in a pool,  not out on the trails..



Still a chance for some scattered, dry, high- based thunderstorm activity over the eastern mountains / S.E. AZ, and New Mexico thru the end of the week / possibly into the weekend as well as a Upper Level disturbance moves north / northwest from Southern Baja.  We'll see if -any- activity makes it further west across the Rim / N.W. AZ, or into any lower elevation areas near the mountains here or near Tucson.  As is the case w/ pre- monsoon season storm activity, Lightning sparked fires are the biggest threat everyone will be watching for.

Could also see  Dew Points flirt with 50deg at times Thursday- Sat. as well.. Just to add some extra sweat to the sizzle..  

Tis' the Season, for Sizzlin'

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amh

Already 93F today.

I need a cold mountain stream.

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