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Cooling Weather Later This Week Featured

Warmer than normal weather to cool down.

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  • Gradual cooling expected starting Wednesday
  • Temperatures will be in the upper 60’s by Sunday, lows in the mid-40's
  • There is even a 20% chance for light rain showers!
  • Fall temperatures are in sight!
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Fall temperatures are here!

Forecast Summary:

Much warmer-than-normal weather will continue Monday and Tuesday, but gradual cooling is expected Wednesday through the coming weekend. Afternoon highs cooling from the mid 80s today down to the mid 70s by Friday or Saturday, continuing to cool into the upper 60s by Sunday with the passage of a cold front. Morning lows will be in the upper 40s, cooling into the mid 40s by Sunday and into the upper 30s by Monday morning. Expect increasing high clouds and afternoon breezes on Friday and Saturday, with continued breezy conditions on Sunday, turning from southwesterly to westerly. A slight chance of light rain showers possible on Sunday.

Forecast Table:

https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/forecast/wxtables/

Navigate on the map to your location and click for a detailed local forecast.

Discussion:

The ridge of high pressure that has persisted over the West Coast will begin to break down starting Wednesday as a weak trough embedded within the ridge approaches the West Coast. As it does so, expect gradual cooling from Wednesday into Friday or Saturday, as well as afternoon breezes and increasing high clouds. On Saturday night to Sunday a cold front is expected to move across the state, bringing further cooling, with breezes strengthening and shifting from southwesterly to westerly, with a slight chance of light rain showers. No significant precipitation is expected for at least the next 10 days.

We may see temperatures dropping well into the 30s in some areas on Monday morning before high pressure rebuilds and temperatures warm back up into the upper 70s or low 80s during the first half of next week.

C. James

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Curtis N. James, Ph.D.
Professor of Meteorology
Department of Applied Aviation Sciences


Met Mail is an unofficial weather discussion and forecast transmitted once or twice a week via e-mail by the Embry-Riddle Department of Meteorology (http://meteo.pr.erau.edu/). Embry-Riddle offers an undergraduate bachelor-of-science degree program in Applied Meteorology. Please spread the word to all potential qualified candidates!

Further Information:

ERAU Applied Meteorology degree program

Official National Weather Service forecast

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Last modified on Tuesday, 20 October 2020 07:16
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Dr. Curtis N. James, Ph.D.

Curtis N. James, Ph. D. Is a Professor of Meteorology at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the Department of Applied Aviation Sciences.

He has taught courses in beginning meteorology, aviation weather, thunderstorms, satellite and radar imagery interpretation, atmospheric physics, mountain meteorology, tropical meteorology and weather forecasting techniques for over 16 years. He participates in ERAU’s Study Abroad program, offering alternating summer programs each year in Switzerland and Brazil.

He earned a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Washington (2004) and participated in the Mesoscale Alpine Programme (MAP; 1999), an international field research project in the European Alps. His research specialties include radar, mesoscale, and mountain meteorology. He earned his B.S. in Atmospheric Science from the University of Arizona (1995), during which time he gained two years of operational experience as a student intern with the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Tucson, Arizona (1993-1995).

Dr. James is a native of Arizona where he currently resides with his wife and five children. He is active in his community, having served on the Prescott SciTechFest Advisory Committee and as a Board Member for the Children's Museum Alliance, Inc. On his spare time, he enjoys weather watching, backpacking, camping, fishing, caving, mountain biking, acting, and music. He is an Eagle Scout and serves as the scoutmaster for a local scout troop.

https://erau.edu/degrees/bachelor/bachelor-of-science-degree-in-applied-meteorology?campus=prescott

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