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44F (7c). May get another degree or two. Temp was a chilly -6c at sunrise (21-22F). Winter should be over soon enough. Let furnace season begin, I’m ready. 👍

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56f/13.3c in London today with 79% humidity. It was very humid and cloudy today. The low tonight is 12c. The forecast for the next few days doesn't look too bad. The week after also looks good, with more sunny days.

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23 minutes ago, Foxpalms said:

56f/13.3c in London today with 79% humidity. It was very humid and cloudy today. The low tonight is 12c. The forecast for the next few days doesn't look too bad. The week after also looks good, with more sunny days.

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What's the forecast over there?

5 year high 42.2C/108F (07/06/2018)--5 year low 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)--Lowest recent/current winter: 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)

 

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20 minutes ago, GottmitAlex said:

What's the forecast over there?

It tends to be slightly warmer than the forecast in central London, so it should around around 15-16c during the day and between 9-12c at night for the next few days. The week after it will be around 11-14c during the day and around 4-6c at night but more sunny. Usually the first 20c+ day is around late March which usually helps speed things up. February so far has been very sunny and dry and I'm on 0mm of rainfall so far this month. The forecast is showing drizzle on the 21st, hopefully we get a bit of rain since the ground is already pretty dry.

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A mild 14C / 58F at 3pm here. Some spots have reached 17C / 63F this afternoon. I only went down to 11C / 52F last night thanks to cloud cover and I even managed to pick up 0.01 inches of rain yesterday. Every bit counts right now as the drought risk returns. It has been very, very dry lately.

 

Slightly worrying that fire crews are already facing bush fires here in the south again. I mean it’s still only February. There has been several blazes in recent days. No doubt just a teaser for what lies ahead this spring and summer.

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Dry-summer Oceanic climate (9a)

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

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15°C at almost 6 p.m.. After the sunny warm weather we now have cloud covered stormy weather but it's not raining as much as predicted and yesterday it even cleared up towards the evening. I had to water all my potted plants outdoors because they were BONE dry! Some plants already dropped some leaves. I thought that after the dry and sunny week the predicted stormy weather would water the plants itself but it didn't so far. It's crazy to think that we're just in mid-February and drought's already starting plus the warm temperatures even on overcast days. Long term forecasts currently show either exceptionally warm and dry weather or exceptionally cold and wet weather. The cold is more likely in the East of Germany though...

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60f/15.5c in London today with 72% humidity. It was cloudy again today and the low tonight is 12c. Still on 0mm of rainfall this month. It's hard to tell if we will get rain since the forecast is changing 5x a day.

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After a chilly start, another decent end to another week, despite some high clouds and a stiff breeze.. Weekend / start of next week looks alright too..  We'll see what occurs beyond that.

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Part of the " what ifs" beyond the middle of next week are tied to this, and what impacts it may ...or may not... have on the weather across the U.S. as March starts..  Wayy more info out there from reliable sources discussing the various possibilities of  than i could post here..

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Note the last time a major SSW occurred.. Though it is true that every event will behave differently, Raised both eye brows when i saw this.

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A comparison from an SSW event back in 2018 is interesting study fodder too.

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For the fun of it, today's 3 week outlook "thoughts" may be picking up on some SSW influenced " changes" ahead..  Outlook next Friday could offer some clear insight.  ..or maybe nothing..

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Some additional info from forecaster Ben Noll regarding what ENSO could do.. A lot of gifs in his thread and didn't want to clog this one w/ them. Interesting thoughts worth analysis regardless.
 

 

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Currently 85F after cresting near 90F.  Looking at the long range, I'm ready for the 90s...

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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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Last two days we enjoyed spring temperatures of around 15°C / 60°F. Today windy / rainy but same temperatures. Hoping spring has finally arrived.

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Today has been the first cold day after some nice spring weather with temperatures of 16 to 18°C in sunny conditions. Today's high only at 9°C and overcast most of the day. The upcoming days it's supposed to warm up again only to get colder towards the weekend with some rain. After the weekend it's supposed to get sunnier and warmer steadily. We'll see, as the forecast changes constantly. We also get another Sahara sand storm this week. Already the second time this year. Last year was a record. With almost every rain there was Sahara dust that came with it.

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A warmer than expected President's Day afternoon..

 
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Enjoy it, cuz it is back to another episode of this winter's flip n' flop pattern for the rest of the week / month.. 

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We'll see what lies ahead  ...Next month.  PNA in hibernation, for now,  it would seem.

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  🎵 ....anywhere the MJ - gOes 🎵🙃

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I'm currently away from the Garten, however,  mein Frau sent me this picture.

Seems it hit 27c, currently 25c.

 

 

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5 year high 42.2C/108F (07/06/2018)--5 year low 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)--Lowest recent/current winter: 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)

 

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A nice 68F under increasing clouds.. Supposedly may see showers sometime overnight, but ...we'll see. 67-70F tomorrow w/ maybe a shower around..

Looks like things could get kind of crazy Wednesday around the state..  Cooler too, as shown earlier.  Fun + the suggested wind speeds.


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Sniffing around for -any- signs this stubbornly persistent pattern will finally wear itself out,  if it does, it likely won't be until impacts from the SSW a few days ago (  ..and another, >possibly more impactful event <  suggested for later this week )  reach the lower levels of the atmosphere and hopefully change things up a bit.. Timeline - speaking, we'd be looking at -roughly- the 2nd week in march to see whats next, if anything..  Note the " IF anything ".. East / Southeast may totally escape winter  -this time around.

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Latest thoughts from the IRI regarding the possible transition to El Nino later.. If that happens this year ( ...since nothing in this months' model spread really grabs my attention /stands out all that much )  CPC Consol somewhat resembles what happened in 2021 ( Index briefly climbed above +0 at some point during the summer, before retreating into negative territory again as we headed toward winter '21-22. ) Still early, so, nothing to get too excited -or disappointed- about -yet-.

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Muggy 77F/25C near noon. Dew point is already ~69F/21C and rising fast. Warm and humid for next 10 days at least, can't ask for better growing weather!

Downright hot down south

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A decent 64F atm after some mid- morning showers / occasional thunder southeast of town.. Now awaiting the wind maker currently racing down the CA. coast.

Taking a look at what might occur in Cen. CA from that storm, been studying all the point n' click forecasts around the Bay Area through the afternoon and ..while i, and the forecast gurus out there still do not see snow falling at sea level, or in the south bay, ..looking at overnight lows, it could be realll close in parts of the south bay outside the heart of San Jose / San Francisco / Oakland & Berkley. 

If conditions do end up coming together just right,  i will not be surprised to hear of flakes flying in near- foothill neighborhoods sitting above roughly 750ft. ( Current snow level is suggested to fall to about 1,000ft area-wide ) Hail from any Thunderstorm activity that may roll through covering the ground is certainly possible in the same areas, perhaps in lower areas as well.

Using the point and click map from the NWS, here's my idea of how things might play out.. Very similar to some of the colder winters experienced out there in the past, but maybe offering up something a little different this time.. Small ridge that separates the Almaden Valley ( Green circled area in picture #2 ), from the rest of S. San Jose might just see some snow this time.  We'll see what happens..


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Red ( first map )  = No snow.. but perhaps a few flakes flying around ( considering it will be breezy there too at the same time )

Purple = highly unlikely any snow sticks between that and the Magenta lines, if any falls, but lots of flakes / perhaps a quick, thin cover on sheltered grassy surfaces is possible.. Above the purple line, more likely snow sticks / lightest layer of coverage occurs..

Blue = high likelyhood for snow totals of... or greater than 3 or 4" ( or higher, the higher above 1,500ft you go )

Yellow = potential for totals greater than 8" ..Some suggestions of 12 12+ inches possible for certain spots ( Green Dots = Mt. Hamilton, Mt. Umunhum, Loma Prieta ..and Mt. Diablo ( Not either on map ) Not completely out of the question Twin peaks in San Fran. gets dusted, or sees as much as .10" of snow fall too.

Thoughts and recent history of Snow related advisories from one of the Bay Area's best forecasters..  Pretty sure there were a couple other times in the late 80s/ 90s -at least- Winter Weather Advisories were hoisted once during a couple winters in the Santa Cruz Mtns. / Diablo Range directly east of San Jo'.


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A very interesting end of Feb. regardless of how it turns out...

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11C / 52F and overcast at 1pm here. The cold spell is moving in now. I have also finally picked up some rainfall last night, although the monthly total is still only on 2.9mm / 0.1 inches. Many places have seen almost nothing at all this month still. Red dots are Met office stations on zero.

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Lots of Saharan sand/dust on everything again here. This seems to be more and more common nowadays, as are these prolonged dry spells. It seems the Azores High and high pressure in general is more influential these days.

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

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Another sunny spring day with a high of 16.3°C. Had to water some potted plants again. I already noticed growth in several plants in the garden.

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2 hours ago, UK_Palms said:

11C / 52F and overcast at 1pm here. The cold spell is moving in now. I have also finally picked up some rainfall last night, although the monthly total is still only on 2.9mm / 0.1 inches. Many places have seen almost nothing at all this month still. Red dots are Met office stations on zero.

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Lots of Saharan sand/dust on everything again here. This seems to be more and more common nowadays, as are these prolonged dry spells. It seems the Azores High and high pressure in general is more influential these days.

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Yup it's already the third time with Sahara dust this year alone. Last year we had it all year long from early spring into early winter. Not much rain but when it rained it came down with LOADS of sand. Back in the day this used to happen rather seldom. Also the amount was less. Now it's like we're in the south of Spain.

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84F/29C...it's heating up 

State high of 98-99F/37C in Zapata. 96F/36C in McAllen, Rio Grande City, Laredo, and Kingsville. 

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Currently 22c heading for a pleasant top of 28c before the warmer weather comes back in next week. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Today's high at my location in Western North Carolina was 67F with cloudy skies. Low of 56F tonight. Very unusual for late-February. We usually don't see upper 60s until April. Tomorrow, we are expecting a high of 71F. Crazy weather. A mild winter this year.

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All 3 thermometers broke 90f today, surprisingly high given the wind was off Tampa Bay.

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A much nicer ( ..because there is no added, sustained 20-40mph wind -and dust- ) day than yesterday.. 59-61F around town atm. Tomorrow and Sat. look good, before the next cool shot rolls through.

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Interesting day around the homeland today..  We'll see what things look like out there come morning. Upping my thoughts -just a touch- on "sighted snowflakes below 1K ft" being seen around the South Bay for tonight/ early in the AM. No accumulations below 1,000ft anticipated  -if-   it happens though.

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FYI,  because many people seem to equate these two precip. types as  "Snow",  The differences between Hail, and Graupel. -which aren't Snow..  Seen both a # of times in the past under the right conditions out there.

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A few ( ...of many )  great pictures around town out there, and other parts of the state regardless..  Know all the "Santa Cruz Mtn." /other South Bay spots well.

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So, when will the Western crazy-ness end?? Not going to make any predictions just yet, but it appears some cracks may be showing up in the overall pattern.

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For now, if you have the opportunity, and can do so safely,  get out and enjoy the rare sight of snow at fairly low elevations. Might be awhile before many see it again..

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77F/25C at 10:30 am. Beautiful warm morning after a light shower.  And the orange blossoms finally opened...smells amazing! 

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Decent day on the way here, 60F atm. On the way to 67-70F later.  Chilly and snow capped around the S.F. Bay Area.

No reports of snow at sea level / valley level ( South Bay ) but lots of snow just above town. Adding to the interesting weather out there overnight, some thunder Snow / Graupel here and there.

Focus shifts to S. Cal today/ tomorrow where it will pour closer to the coast / snow like mad up in the mountains.. 



Overnight/ AM shots from around the Bay Area.. ***Credit: Authors*** Note: Shots around Los Gatos are up in the hills, not in town itself ( Would have been awesome to see though )


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Some cold Max records broken around the San Diego NWS area yesterday..

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You know this isn't your typical S. Cal. winter storm when you have to be aware of encountering the rarely encountered Great Plains Snow Burglar LOL..🤣  ***Credit: Reed Timmer***

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On 2/17/2023 at 4:50 PM, kinzyjr said:

Currently 85F after cresting near 90F.  Looking at the long range, I'm ready for the 90s...

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Also in Lakeland Florida.  Great winter this year, coconuts doing great in the ground.  Winter has been done here, February really hasn't had any cold weather.   Winter has been over for awhile already.  Looks like SoCal might be having some cool to cold days. 

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A perfect "last Saturday of winter 22/2023" ( ...Since Meteorological Spring  starts March 1st ) for a hike before some showers, and another week on the temperature roller coaster starts. Actually doesn't look all that bad for the end of Feb. / start of March.

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A few pre-views from the top.

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Can you count the Ferocactus cylindraceus  in view on the slopes?
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A warm week ahead for the start of Autumn here in Perth, makes me question why I ever decided welding was a good career move. I should have stuck to tourism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Really, Los Angeles county has even had more snow than me this winter, since I technically haven't had anything here. My freezes were bone dry.

Washingtonia and Queens being snowed on in the videos below!

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Surprising to hear that downtown Los Angeles has also picked up 12 inches of rainfall already this year since January 1st. That is mental too. I am only on 1.17 inches here. Last year it took me until October to accumulate the same amount of precipitation that LA has already picked up this year so far. With all this snow and rain over the past 24 hours they will probably be up to 13-14 inches nearly by now.

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Dry-summer Oceanic climate (9a)

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

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Just saw the incredible pictures of LA and California blanketed in snow and heavy rain. How is it going over there? 

 

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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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16 hours ago, UK_Palms said:

Really, Los Angeles county has even had more snow than me this winter, since I technically haven't had anything here. My freezes were bone dry.

Washingtonia and Queens being snowed on in the videos below!

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Surprising to hear that downtown Los Angeles has also picked up 12 inches of rainfall already this year since January 1st. That is mental too. I am only on 1.17 inches here. Last year it took me until October to accumulate the same amount of precipitation that LA has already picked up this year so far. With all this snow and rain over the past 24 hours they will probably be up to 13-14 inches nearly by now.

I've never found anything about snowfall THIS low in the Los Angeles area?! I just read an article about it. Has this occured before ??? 🤯

Yes it's me Hortulanus 😂

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5 year high 42.2C/108F (07/06/2018)--5 year low 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)--Lowest recent/current winter: 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)

 

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We hit 21c today.

We bottomed out at 4c !

No frost nor snow. 

The garten in on a slope, by a hill facing south.  Hence the temps. 

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5 year high 42.2C/108F (07/06/2018)--5 year low 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)--Lowest recent/current winter: 4.6C/40.3F (1/19/2023)

 

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22.1C at 4.26pm

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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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On 2/26/2023 at 2:15 PM, Hortulanus said:

I've never found anything about snowfall THIS low in the Los Angeles area?! I just read an article about it. Has this occured before ??? 🤯

🤦‍♂️ sigh,  While quite rare, esp. these days, Snowfall at lower elevations in CA,  ...to sea level in fact,  has occurred numerous times in the past.. Even across the L.A. Basin / San Diego.  This isn't anything new.

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