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FORECAST 11.20.06

Postby dmatt » Mon Nov 20, 2006 8:38 am

Forecast: Owens Valley & Adjacent High Country
Fort Independence EPA Met Station
EPA Site No: 06-027-1028
0730 PST 20 Nov 2006


Discussion: Upper ridge is progged to weaken and move east through Wednesday as a trough from the Gulf of Alaska nears the Pacific Northwest. Possible chance of light precipt in the northern portion of CA on Wednesday, otherwise dry conditions will prevail.

Today: Some high clouds otherwise clear. Temps upper 60s/ low 30s.

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny. Temps mid 60s / low 30s.

Outlook: Main trough energy moves through Pacific Northwest Wednesday into early Thursday. A few weak impulses moving through the trough will keep moisture confined to our north. Dry weather will be the order of the day through at least Thanksgiving. There will be a cooling trend through Friday.

Dennis Mattinson
Air Quality & Forecast Specialist

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