All eyes remain on Dorian as he batters the northern Bahamas, and we can openly speculate on his further track. It appears as though his course will mean a greater threat for the Carolinas than Florida. Last year, California bore the brunt of weather headlines for much of the year, thanks to drought and fires. This year, California is mercifully off the radar. Let’s check back in.
At 953PM, PT, Fresno was reporting fair skies and a temperature of 87 degrees. While not humid, the dew point was certainly a bit warmer than normal for central California. Despite that, the Golden State was clear, though the monsoon was active with heavy storms over Arizona.
Monsoonal activity will diminish tomorrow, though some high peak showers and storms will be possible, but settled into the valley, a little bit of morning haze will burn off quickly, with hot sunny skies in the afternoons.
Tomorrow – Sunny and hot, High 102, Low 72
Tuesday – Sunny and hot High 102, Low 74
TWC – Mostly sunny skies. High 103,
Tuesday – Mainly sunny. High 102,
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny;
Tuesday – Mostly sunny; hot High 102, Low 72
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny and hot, High 100, Low 73
Tuesday – Sunny and hot, High 100, Low 73
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 102, Low 74
Tuesday – Sunny, High 101, Low 74
WN: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 100, Low 73
Tuesday – Sunny, High 100, Low 73
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 103,
Tuesday – Clear throughout the day. High 103, Low 71
The forecast is quite warm, but it’s interesting that the Weather Service is the coolest outlook. That’s not how it usually goes.