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Warm Weather Continuing...

14 February 2015   Dr. Curtis James
Enjoy the warm, perfect weather for a few more days! The figure above indicates the forecasted high in orange (with error bar denoting the range of ensemble forecast members), average high for this time of year in orange (dashed line), forecasted low in blue (with error bar), average low this time of year in blue (dashed line), and forecasted wind speed in purple. Note that the wind speed forecast is sustained wind (not gusts), and it is based on only one model (not an ensemble). Weather Discussion:     High pressure will continue to dominate the weather pattern over the Southwest for the next week. Enjoy the warm, perfect weather for a few more days!

The figure above indicates the forecasted high in orange (with error bar denoting the range of ensemble forecast members), average high for this time of year in orange (dashed line), forecasted low in blue (with error bar), average low this time of year in blue (dashed line), and forecasted wind speed in purple. Note that the wind speed forecast is sustained wind (not gusts), and it is based on only one model (not an ensemble).

Weather Discussion:

    High pressure will continue to dominate the weather pattern over the Southwest for the next week.

   An upper-level cut-off low south of Arizona could circulate some moisture into the southern part of the state on Monday before a disturbance from the north moves through. Another subtropical trough could circulate moist air and cloudiness into Arizona next Friday-Saturday. Nevertheless, precipitation is unlikely for yet another week.

     Happy Valentine’s Day!

C. James


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   An upper-level cut-off low south of Arizona could circulate some moisture into the southern part of the state on Monday before a disturbance from the north moves through. Another subtropical trough could circulate moist air and cloudiness into Arizona next Friday-Saturday. Nevertheless, precipitation is unlikely for yet another week.

     Happy Valentine’s Day!

C. James