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26c/79f with 70% humidity. In an hour drive the weather completely changed 3 times. It was sun and clouds with calm winds at sea level in the north west, then whilst going over the mountains there was a thunderstorm and it was heavily raining with strong winds and in the north east, the sky was crystal clear and it was moderately windy. The UV index was an 11 today. 

 

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It's 9.1ºC/48ºF just after 11pm, which is quite nice compared to recently, though it was a dull wet day only reaching 10ºC.  The last few days have had great sunshine all day long and low humidity for here, reaching as low as 50% yesterday afternoon.  The consequence of course is cold nights, with two nights in a row nearly reaching freezing followed by rapid warming.  I'm pleased to see forecast weather looking more average and typically mild.

I've just pulled my weather station metrics for March as well which has been my coldest March so far, though only 3 years of data so it's not saying much.  It was only 0.5ºC warmer than February by day, and 0.4ºC warmer by night, so really just felt like a very long February.  It also had my first March freezes in the three years, reaching -2.0ºC and concluding a winter with 29 days with frost (a below freezing temperature occurred sometime in the 24-hour period), more than triple last year's total.

Reflecting the harsh winter, the garden looks a mess and many palms are lost or nearly lost.  2x Chamaerops (in pots) look like they are on their way out, as well as my largest Butia - touch and go for that one, most of the fronds have suddenly started going crispy brown.  Both CIDPs are dead and the Washingtonia might just survive.  I don't think the ultimate low of -6ºC/20ºF in early December is entirely responsible, but mostly it was the very severe run of days in December, 11 in a row going below freezing and barely rising above in the day.  This was then followed by a long, cold remainder of the winter with lots more frost.  Hoping a few will survive yet but the garden will be looking very ragged this summer.

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57F at 6pm after the "cold front" came through with some welcome rain and 2 minutes of hail (the plants look fine). The front is supposed to stall near here and be a rainmaker for the next 2 days 😍.

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A typical Perth Easter, a bit of sun, a bit of rain but not too bad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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82F instead of the forecast 79F today under high clouds.. Upward, onward.  Getting closer to seeing that first 100F of the year early next week..

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We'll see if we.. / ...how much it might cool back to the 70s later. Already seeing what may be the next stretch in the 90s ahead in the extended forecast starting around the 17th-20th.

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Slightly cooler in today as I was in the south, despite people often saying all of the south is warmer, this week and last time I was here the north west has been the warmest during the day. The only place warmer at night has been Los gigantes and Masca. It was 25c/77f in the south with 30% humidity. The max UV was a 12.

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Good Lookin' Good Friday under still, mainly sunny skies.. Forecast is 83F ( AccuWX ) but thinking we may beat it later ( add on if so )

Looking ahead.. Only getting warmer for the weekend, then downright HOT.  After such a lengthy stretch of relatively tranquil and on the cool-ish side at times, but consistent  weather, i have No doubt some stuff may show heat-related burn by the end of this rapid temperature flip..

What's a little crazy is what is laid out in part of the NWS's forecast discussion.. From " one of the later ( ..though not really all that late ) than average" first "official" 90F reading of 2023, to the possibility of "challenging" ..or maybe breaking??  some records a day ...or two... later..  A bit impressive, impo..


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Same idea down in Tucson ..though they're not anticipating hitting 100F  ..." officially " anyway, they too could challenge / exceed a daily high record or two Monday - Wednesday..

While Accuweather hasn't pulled the trigger just yet, NWS Point N' Click has 100F forecast for Chandler -at least- ( Didn't check Phoenix proper )


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Note the circled days.. Possible we hit 100F on both, but esp. Tuesday..  Day#3 on the Accuweather map:  While the "official" reading may only hit 95F, Will likely be plenty of neighborhood Wx stations that reach/ surpass 100F..  IF this occurs, and we hit 98-100F Monday and Tuesday, that would be 3 days at / OVER  100F in various spots ...AFTER  several months of  mild / cool-ness, -up until now..  That's likely gonna hurt a bit.

"Light blue" circle ( AccuWx ) represents the coolest-suggested day in their next 10 ...Before the next warm up starts over next weekend..



Got everything watered last night, will do it again on Sunday..  No avoiding it any longer..  "Sizzle Season"  is movin' in. 💥🌡️🔥💥

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30 minutes ago, Silas_Sancona said:

Good Lookin' Good Friday under still, mainly sunny skies.. Forecast is 83F ( AccuWX ) but thinking we may beat it later ( add on if so )

Looking ahead.. Only getting warmer for the weekend, then downright HOT.  After such a lengthy stretch of relatively tranquil and on the cool-ish side at times, but consistent  weather, i have No doubt some stuff may show heat-related burn by the end of this rapid temperature flip..

What's a little crazy is what is laid out in part of the NWS's forecast discussion.. From " one of the later ( ..though not really all that late ) than average" first "official" 90F reading of 2023, to the possibility of "challenging" ..or maybe breaking??  some records a day ...or two... later..  A bit impressive, impo..


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Same idea down in Tucson ..though they're not anticipating hitting 100F  ..." officially " anyway, they too could challenge / exceed a daily high record or two Monday - Wednesday..

While Accuweather hasn't pulled the trigger just yet, NWS Point N' Click has 100F forecast for Chandler -at least- ( Didn't check Phoenix proper )


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Note the circled days.. Possible we hit 100F on both, but esp. Tuesday..  Day#3 on the Accuweather map:  While the "official" reading may only hit 95F, Will likely be plenty of neighborhood Wx stations that reach/ surpass 100F..  IF this occurs, and we hit 98-100F Monday and Tuesday, that would be 3 days at / OVER  100F in various spots ...AFTER  several months of  mild / cool-ness, -up until now..  That's likely gonna hurt a bit.

"Light blue" circle ( AccuWx ) represents the coolest-suggested day in their next 10 ...Before the next warm up starts over next weekend..



Got everything watered last night, will do it again on Sunday..  No avoiding it any longer..  "Sizzle Season"  is movin' in. 💥🌡️🔥💥

🤣🤦‍♂️Of course i didn't catch my dumb mistake in time, lol, oof!  *** That's Wx Underground, not  AccuWX***

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Max of 17.2C / 63F here today. Getting close to freezing again tonight however under the clear skies. It could be better, but it could also be worse, I suppose. I’m looking forward to summer now. Spring has been a bit of a bust so far here.

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It looks like we are almost going into El Niño conditions already. That is probably going to be El Niño by mid-May. One of the quickest La Niña-El Nino transitions on record. The seas are already ridiculously warm. I wonder what it will look like come August-September!?

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Average annual precipitation - 18.7 inches : Average annual sunshine hours - 1725

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A warm 80F at 6:18PM after exceeding today's high again ( Forecast to hit 83, Topped out at 87 ) despite passing high clouds..  Hot Easter on deck for tomorrow.. 

NWS still calling for 100 on Tuesday, 99 Monday, and 98 Wed.. Could we see 3 100F days in a row??.. Wx Underground forecast still being modest with their forecast calling for 98 on both Mon. / Tuesday, and 97 on Wed.  We'll see who nails it.

Regardless, looking more likely we'll be flirting with ..or maybe break  a record or two..  The fact that we may reach record territory, but Yuma likely won't is a little humorous ...or intimidating ...Depending how you'd look at it.  Temps. still on track to pull back ~briefly~  toward the end of next week, before we start the next climb up the hill..


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90F under wall to wall toasty Sun.. Briefly hit 91 a few blocks up the road in downtown Chandler, but not long enough to register as the high for the day.. Muni Airport has sat at 88 most of the afternoon. Plenty of 90s around town, and the rest of this side of the Valley.. Couple of deg. cooler, overall ..but pretty much the same temp range in Tucson atm.

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Oddball side-note: Temp. gauge at PHX Sky Harbour had sat at 83-84 for most of the day, before rising to 88.. it is now back down to 83.. Note how the rest of the neighborhood Wx stations are warmer ..and did not vary near as much through the day..  This is a good demo of  why i don't use / rely on Airport readings as my " official " high / low..


Same general map range at 1:55PM..  Their gauge much be having issues because it shouldn't be that "cool" at the airport / cool that rapidly compared to nearby areas..


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23 hours ago, Silas_Sancona said:

 Could we see 3 100F days in a row??..
 

Not likely to see 100 here but upper 90's on tap, as is the irrigation. Wondered why things were acting so thirsty lately.

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5 deg from the target today at 1:01PM.

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A few 100s starting to show up around town already..

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91.5f with 54% humidity today it's currently 74f at 12am with 87% humidity. The max UV index was a 12. The past week in London didn't look too bad either with highs in the low to mid 60s.

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We did it! ..Ok, ok  ...We did it briefly, lol.. 😂

First 100F of the year in the bag today.. at least downtown.. Local airport is sitting at 99F currently ( 4:26PM ).. Plenty of 99-100 / 100+ readings across neighborhood Wx stations across Chandler and the East Valley as well..  Closest stations to the house hung in the 99-102F range .. several 101-103F readings as well.

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Waiting to see what the NWS says but Tucson Intnl ( Airport ) has been sitting at 96F most of the afternoon. May be a record. Overall, temps have been in the same ballpark as here through the afternoon..

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...On a side note,  Think it is toasty now?  current 3 day stretch could just be the warmup to a bigger taste of sizzle,  ...IF  ...And that is a big IF...   today's GFS 18Z is latching onto something   around / after the 20th.. 

This scenario pans out, say goodbye to a lot of Snowpack across the west ...In a hurry.

5PM model data from the 21st thru the 25th ( Hours 270, 294, 318, 342, and 366 ) First 110F reading of the year in El Centro / First 104 ( ...or more ) for Phoenix, ...BEFORE...  MAY??  ...We'll see.. 🌡️🧨💥


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A pleasant 78F at 9PM..

After awaiting conformation, Tucson did officially break their record high today.. A strange bit of irony as well..


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While heat is the rule for the next 48 hours or so, maybe some high Clouds passing overhead as a batch of Subtropical moisture generated by the central pacific wave train which can bring upper level tropical moisture north and east from the central Pacific this time of year cranks up a little.

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Far S.Eastern AZ also runs a slight chance of build ups over the mountains tomorrow as some moisture trickles north and west from central Mexico / southern New Mexico.. No storms forecast, but maybe some neat clouds to glare at over the mountains if passing through the area.. If any isolated storms managed to form over the highest peaks down there, they would be dry, generate virga / gusty downburst-type winds, and a few lightning bolts.  A few widely scattered build ups may manage to form over some of the mountains further north / west as well if enough moisture manages to sneak into the state from the southeast overnight / early tomorrow.  Is already that time of year again..

While most of the state has been pretty wet this winter /spring, that section of the state saw less precip. overall so the fire threat, from any potential lightning strikes, is a bit elevated. Already been a few small, but fast moving  fires down there.

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Day #2 of hitting 100F, with plenty of 100 /100+F readings around town atm..

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Similar story temp-wise around Tucson, with a twist..

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That "slim" chance for buildups down there today?..  Been a few high-based Thunderstorms roaming the area this afternoon.. Can see some of the tops from here. We'll see if anything can get itself going over the mountains east of / just to the south of Superior before sunset.

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Setup on satellite is similar to how the Monsoon evolves, but just a quick tease of that today.. Got a few months to go before we get there.   A touch jealous i'm not in Tucson ..or anywhere else south of there.. today though, haha.

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Batch of high clouds noted last night currently approaching Baja.. We'll see if they make it overhead by Sunset.

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Currently 18c at 8.00pm in Perth. The north of out state is in for a few dramas tomorrow night or Friday morning with TC Ilsa expected to cross the coast near Eighty Mile Beach as a category 4 cyclone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A toasty 90F atm with lots of subtropical " Cloud Candy " crossing the  area, and the occasional breeze..  We'll see if the clouds stick around for Sunset..

Some buildups ..but no storms across S / S.E. AZ. Only Lightning activity showing up right now is over west central New Mexico. Quiet over the mountains to the south in Mexico as well.

Cooler ...80s / upper 70s... tomorrow / Friday, before the next string of upper 80s / low 90s begins over the weekend. For now, WX models have backed off the "major" warmup suggested for the west a couple days ago..  We'll see what happens since i don't trust the cooler looking model runs either.  

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Upper 50s with 80% humidity, overcast. I actually have a soft spot for cloudiness.

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TC Ilsa is now expected to intensify to a category 5 cyclone before crossing the coast around 11pm tonight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Western Australia dodged a bullet, Pardoo has been destroyed but the cyclone pretty much missed everywhere else which is about as good as could be hoped for. We got lucky, it's now down to a category 3 and BOM say it will be be a tropical low by the time it reaches the Northern Territory border.  Desperately sorry for Pardoo but it could have been so much worse.

Meanwhile in Perth we had a cold day with plenty of wind and rain, I think it was only 19c today,  a proper winters day but I'll happily take that over the heat any day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A nice evening after reaching 80F earlier as we head into a warmup for the weekend.. before another minor cooldown for the middle of next week..

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Next batch of subtropical " cloud candy " slowly working it's way east toward Mexico and the Southwest U.S. from east and southeast of Hawaii where it looks like some Thunderstorm activity has been occurring today over the main island, and within a nearly stationary disturbance sitting over the Pacific northeast of the islands ( in the light Orange circled areas ).

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Trough north and west over the Pacific ( darker Blue arrows ) may or may not temper any warmup next week, depending on how much deeper it gets / if a low ( Magenta x ) forms along it as it approaches the west coast. Other disturbance closer to Hawaii will probably just dissipate over the Pacific.

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Best season of the year for me, much cooler with a few days of rain and a few days of sun.

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On 4/15/2023 at 4:01 PM, sandgroper said:

Best season of the year for me, much cooler with a few days of rain and a few days of sun.

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An Albany summer

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Millbrook, "Kinjarling" Noongar word meaning "Place of Rain", Rainbow Coast, Western Australia 35S. Warm temperate. Csb Koeppen Climate classification. Cool nights all year round.

 

 

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It’s one of those nights where thermometer positioning makes a huge difference. I have 59, 59, and 70 right now. 😳
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16 hours ago, RedRabbit said:

It’s one of those nights where thermometer positioning makes a huge difference. I have 59, 59, and 70 right now. 😳

That's a pretty large spread for a spring night on the same property!

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USDA Zone (2012): 9b | Sunset Zone: 26 | Record Low: 20F/-6.67C (1985, 1962) | Record Low USDA Zone: 9a | 30-Year Avg. Low: 30F | 30-year Min: 24F

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3 minutes ago, kinzyjr said:

That's a pretty large spread for a spring night on the same property!

I’m surprised to see some 40s overnight.

 

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1 hour ago, RedRabbit said:

I’m surprised to see some 40s overnight.

My area bottomed off everywhere from 51F-55F, but up in the area northwest of the North Lakeland Walmart Supercenter, I see some 45F-48F measurements.  I think pretty much everywhere other than downtown or the shore of Lake Parker got a bit chillier than what was forecast.

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Lakeland, FL

USDA Zone (2012): 9b | Sunset Zone: 26 | Record Low: 20F/-6.67C (1985, 1962) | Record Low USDA Zone: 9a | 30-Year Avg. Low: 30F | 30-year Min: 24F

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63f/17.2c in London today. The max UV was a 5. It was sunny during the first half of the morning, cloudy midday and the rest of the day it was sunny. Most palms are growing well, the only one growing but slowly is the queen palm since we have been below average so far this spring. The only day it has been warmish was Monday when it got up to 68f/20c. Where the queen is however since it's against a wall which acts as a suntrap, it has seen a been in the 70s a few days and the soil has been pretty warm in that area. Hopefully the jetstream will sort it's self out and May will back to average or hopefully above average temperatures.

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5C at 6.50am. Still under a high pressure ridge. Clear and cloudless.

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Millbrook, "Kinjarling" Noongar word meaning "Place of Rain", Rainbow Coast, Western Australia 35S. Warm temperate. Csb Koeppen Climate classification. Cool nights all year round.

 

 

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64F at 10:35PM after a nice afternoon.. Up from here. Might be the coolest overnight low for awhile too..

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