Marine Weather and Tides
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Area Discussion for - San Joaquin Valley/Hanford, CA  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service san joaquin valley - hanford ca
1232 pm pdt Tue sep 18 2018
Synopsis Dry weather will continue for the remainder of this
week. Temperatures will average cooler than normal through
Wednesday, then become seasonably warm by Thursday.
Discussion Temperatures will remain a few degrees below average
today and Wednesday as another trough of low pressure passes over
our area and reinforces the cooler temepratures we have been
lately experiencing. Behind this trough, temperatures are expected
to warm by around 3-6 degrees during Thursday and Friday as
relatively weak high pressure ridging sets up over the region and
southern ca. Another trough of low pressure will pass over
northern california late Saturday into Sunday, but will likely
slightly lower temperatures, or trend to around seasonal averages.
Nonetheless, the weather will remain dry for the next several
days. Weather impacts are generally expected to remain low
throughout the interior of central california, although daytime
highs will be a little warmer than average at least on Thursday
As for next week, have kept the trend of slightly lowering
temperatures, but also still close to average for late september.
Otherwise, we do not anticipate much change in terms of moisture
or sensible weather during this period. Forecast model solutions
are overall in decent agreement through early next week, although
with some timing and placement differences of a broad trough of
low pressure from the rockies eastward, including over the
northern tier states into the central plains and midwest, while we
will remain on the cool side of the east pacific ridge.
Vfr conditions can be expected throughout the central
california interior for at least the next 24 hours.
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The level of certainty for days 3 through 7 is medium.
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