Albany is far enough to the south that temperatures don’t really vary from day to day, not unless there are showers or thunderstorms directly on top of you. We are reaching a transitional season, though, and a cold front swung through the southeast yesterday. The tail of the front was just north of the Albany area, and cold air never filtered into our forecast city. As a result, temperatures remained very similar from Monday to Tuesday. Most importantly for Victoria Weather, the temperatures hung on to their summertime figures, which put us in a great spot for victory.
Actuals: Monday .01 inches of rain, High 93, Low 71
Tuesday – High 91, Low 68