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What has been the August 2020 climate according to WeatherCat?
« Reply #105 on: September 01, 2020, 11:06:54 pm »
Dear Blick, Steve, X-Air, Randall, and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Here is what WeatherCat observed in the San Francisco East Bay:



It was warmer than normal - indeed record breaking heat:

Highest recorded temperature: 103.0 °F on Aug 15, 2020

It was also wetter than normal thanks to the remnants of tropical storm Fausto.  Alas, the same remnants produced dry lightning strikes which started fires that are still burning and degrading our air quality.  In our coastal location, it has been windier as well.

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Re: What has been the 2019 climate according to WeatherCat?
« Reply #106 on: September 02, 2020, 11:25:16 pm »
Edouard, your post reminded me, we also recorded our highest temperature ever: 87.7° (30.9 C) on August 18 at 14:43.
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Posed to break ours. (Re: August 2020 climate according to WeatherCat?)
« Reply #107 on: September 03, 2020, 11:45:35 pm »
Dear Blick, and WeatherCat climate watchers,

Edouard, your post reminded me, we also recorded our highest temperature ever: 87.7° (30.9 C) on August 18 at 14:43.

There is another round of extreme heat expected for the Southwest and California.  It appears you may be spared from a new record, but we are definitely in that possibility this weekend.

Edouard