I often wonder what a boring job it must be being a weather person in southern California where it is sunny all the time and barely every rains in the summer. Monthly normals for each month of the summer is measured in hundredths of an inch. The wettest months are November through March with the wettest being March with over three inches of rain. This is why southern California needs the mountain snows to fill the reservoirs during the spring melt. Maybe the Mets take the summer off after issuing a summer forecast of sunny and dry everyday. Personally I like variety in my weather so I would never live there – plus the earthquake thing is another turn off. This is why I have lived in Michigan and Maine where the weather is more exciting.
Temp is 66° at 7am this morning – we had .07 of an inch of rain yesterday with a bit of light drizzle overnight.
We have a slight chance of rain this morning then the skies will gradually clear opening the way for another summerlike pattern for the rest of the week. A lot of the Mets lay out seven and eight day forecasts, however I am not going to stretch my neck out that far because things can change over the course of a day or two. It does appear apparent we will have warmer than normal temps this week with perhaps the mid 80s by Thursday and Friday. Normal temps are in the low 70s. At this point we have little to no chances for rain until next Sunday.
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