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What difference does elevation make for air pressure?
Published 12/10/2017 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
Saturday, my wife and I took a few kids we go to church with up to Mount Rose and Lake Tahoe while their mom had a work meeting in Reno. After spending some time playing in the snow where Highway 431 crosses the mountain (elevation 8,911), we drove down to... read more ❯

McRidge - The End Is Near
Published 12/10/2017 in Charlie's Weather Author Charlie Phillips
Fog over the Columbia Basin. The smoke off the coast is from the California wildfires due to southerly flow aloft on the western side of McRidge
It's been five days since my initial post, which, despite describing the most boring weather feature in existence, actually became my most-viewed post ever with over 1,000 views this week! That's because Scott Sistek, a University of Washington meteorology grad who works for KOMO as a content writer/off-air meteorologist, was... read more ❯

Death Ridge To Kill All Interesting Weather For Next 10 Days
Published 12/5/2017 in Charlie's Weather Author Charlie Phillips
The title reads like an Onion article, but it's true. A massive ridge of high pressure will move into western North America today and stay there for the foreseeable future, putting an abrupt end to our normally stormy weather. In the summer, such a ridge would give us extreme warmth,... read more ❯

December Is Here! Dry & Brisk Until Further Notice
Published 12/5/2017 in The Dalles Weather Blog Author Karl Bonner
It's been quite a while since I posted last, but not too much of interest has happened since then. The biggest "story" was our record warm Thanksgiving in The Dalles, at 67 degrees F. We've actually had 3 of the last 4 Thanksgivings, turn out extremely balmy in the eastern... read more ❯

Published 12/3/2017 in Happy Valley, Oregon, Weather Author Jeff Taylor
TEMPERATURES A steady monthly temperature pattern occurred. The Average Maximum/Minimum/Mean Temperatures for November 1st-15th vs. 16th-30th were almost exactly the same: 52.0°/42.4°/47.2° vs. 51.9°/42.4°/47.2°. The month's warmest weather waited until Thanksgiving time when the Minimum Temperature only dropped to 54.9° on the 22nd, several degrees above the Normal Maximum Temperature for... read more ❯

November 2017 Update
Published 12/1/2017 in WeatherTogether Author Mark Ingalls
A superior mirage and atmospheric duct looking north to Vancouver Island/Victoria from the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
WeatherTogether continued to grow in November! We're pleased to announce three new bloggers, one of which added a new state to our portfolio - Alaska! This brings our total number of nations to two and our total number... read more ❯

Wet year in Utah helps the Great Salt Lake
Published 11/27/2017 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
Note: Lake levels mentioned in this article are from the Saltair Boat Harbor, near I-80 Exit 104. The last time the Great Salt Lake's surface elevation was at its historical average of 4,200 feet above sea level was in the early 1990s. At that elevation, the lake is roughly 33 feet... read more ❯

Advection Fog Over Lake Washington!
Published 11/23/2017 in Charlie's Weather Author Charlie Phillips
Folks west of the Cascade crest smashed record high temperatures today as a Pineapple Express continued to pump extremely warm and moist air originating from the Hawaiian Islands into the region. The fact that today was relatively calm and dry definitely helped, as we were able to get a little... read more ❯

Baltimore and Washington: Extreme Precipitation Within Their Political Boundaries
Published 11/21/2017 in Maryland Climate and Weather Author Jeff Taylor
Most larger U.S. cities have one "official" National Weather Service (NWS) weather station for which climate data is recorded and archived. As we weather geeks know, that one location can be very unrepresentative of weather conditions compared with other parts of a city, especially as related to precipitation. Elevation and varying... read more ❯

Warm system for Thanksgiving week
Published 11/20/2017 in Ingalls Weather Author Mark Ingalls
An atmospheric river is set up to douse almost the entire West Coast. Raising freezing levels today and tomorrow will aid Thanksgiving travelers the next couple of days, keeping snow off of the major passes. By midnight Monday night, the freezing level in much of Oregon will be above 9,000 feet... read more ❯

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Daily Weather Reports

Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017 South West Michigan - Got 6" Of New Snow
Published 12/14/2017 in Murphy's Weather Author Patricia Murphy
Currently 11 with a calm WSW wind leaving it to feel like 11 degrees. Dew Point 11, Barometer 30.02, Humidity 100%, Visibility 10 mi, Sunrise 8:05 am, Sunset 5:07 pm. Party sunny morning will become a 50% chance of snow afternoon. High around 20. SW winds 5 - 10 mph. 90%... read more ❯

A partly to mostly cloudy, cold update for West Rockville Maryland on Wednesday, December 13 2017
Published 12/14/2017 in West Rockville MD Weather Author Kevin Shaw
Wednesday was a partly cloudy, cold, and blustery day in the AM and early PM, then I had increasing clouds in the mid-afternoon and lessening winds brought on by more clipper action that was mostly active to the north in PA, OH, NJ and NY and near the MD/PA border... read more ❯

First Snowstorm of the Season - Mid Michigan
Published 12/14/2017 in Mid Michigan Weather Author Cathie Ursu
Yesterday brought moderate to heavy snow all day to Mid Michigan.  We received 6.8 inches here of new snow leaving us with 8-9 inches of snow cover.  There were many serious accidents closing I-69 from Durand east for a few hours.  People were complaining that the roads were a glare... read more ❯

Here`s My You Tube Weather Video for Wednesday - December 13, 2017 !
Published 12/13/2017 in Jackson, TN's Climate Summary Author William Brantley
https://youtu.be/PHhTqt6CdEg Here is Wednesday - December 13, 2017`s - Historical Climate Summary ! Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.76″ at 3, 5 p.m. Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.14″ at 12 a.m. Lowest Relative Humidity : 27% at 3 p.m. Highest Relative Humidity : 92% at 4 a.m. Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 18° at 3, 4 a.m. Highest... read more ❯

Winter Storm Warning For Most of Michigan
Published 12/13/2017 in Mid Michigan Weather Author Cathie Ursu
The snow began falling shortly before 8 AM this morning and has continued since.  A winter storm warning is in effect until midnight with 5-8 inches expected.  All of the snow enthusiasts are ecstatic.   As for me, I love a good snow storm.  It breaks up the monotony of winter... read more ❯

Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 South West Michigan - Winter Storm Warning In Effect
Published 12/13/2017 in Murphy's Weather Author Patricia Murphy
Currently 17 with a SE wind of 12 mph dragging that down to feeling like 5 degrees. Dew Point 17, Barometer 29.65 & falling, Humidity 100%, Visibility .50 mi. 100% chance of snow today. 5 - 8" possible. High in the lower 20s. SE winds 10 - 15 mph becoming... read more ❯

A partly to mostly sunny, mild early, colder late update for West Rockville Maryland on Tuesday, December 12 2017
Published 12/13/2017 in West Rockville MD Weather Author Kevin Shaw
Tuesday was a partly to mostly sunny, snowless day that started out mild but temperatures started to drop significantly in the afternoon and evening with significant wind chills heading towards the 0 mark. Tuesday temperature changes were quite dynamic starting out mild and then dropping all afternoon into the evening,... read more ❯

What Are Pyrocumulus Clouds? California Fires Spawn Eerie Formations from LiveScience.com
Published 12/13/2017 in West Rockville MD Weather Author Kevin Shaw
Really timely article in Live Science on pyrocumulus clouds, which occur in the vicinity of large wildfires as is happening in Southern California at this time, and also in volcanoes all over the world. Always been fascinated by these, especially when develop into pyrocumulonimbus clouds and vivid lightning. Featured image... read more ❯

Here`s My You Tube Weather Video for Tuesday - December 12, 2017 !
Published 12/12/2017 in Jackson, TN's Climate Summary Author William Brantley
https://youtu.be/B0v9UZV-Vrs Here is Tuesday - December 12, 2017`s - Historical Climate Summary ! Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.98″ at 12, 1 a.m. Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.19″ at 11 a.m. Lowest Relative Humidity : 33% at 4 p.m. Highest Relative Humidity : 81% at 11, 11:59 p.m. Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 15° at 4 p.m. Highest... read more ❯

Our First Significant Snowfall of the Season - Mid Michigan
Published 12/12/2017 in Mid Michigan Weather Author Cathie Ursu
Although my area only received about 1.5 - 2 inches of new snow, counties to our south received as much as 6 inches.  Snow continues to be in the forecast but no significant accumulations are expected.  It will be just enough to keep the roads slippery.  For some reason, I... read more ❯

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