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FORECAST 11.02.06

Postby dmatt » Thu Nov 02, 2006 9:13 am

Owens Valley & High Country Forecast
Fort Independence EPA Met Station
EPA Site No: 06-027-1028
0810 PST 02 Nov 2006

All:

Discussion: A few weak to moderate shortwaves will be passing through our area for the next few days. Currently there are snow flurries in the mountains from Independence to Big Pine. Snow level should remain quite high, above 9,500 feet today, in isolated areas along the Crest.

Today: Mostly cloudy in the Owens Valley and High Country, with isolated snow flurries in the High Country above 9,500 feet. Owens Valley temps, upper 60s / low 30s. High Country temps, low 50s / low 20s with gusty winds to 40 mph over the Crest.

Tomorrow: Continued mostly cloudy for the Owens Valley and High Country, with isolated rain/snow above 8,500 feet. Owens Valley temps, upper 60s / low 30s. High Country temps, low 50s / low 20s with gusty winds to 40 mph over the Crest.

Outlook: Weak upper ridge to build in Saturday evening into Sunday, for generally dry conditions through Monday.

Dennis Mattinson
Air Quality & Forecast Specialist



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