July 2017 is approaching and we go deeper into Summer, one would think we’d be heating up right? Wrong, we are going to cool down for a bit … read on for details.
As we are on the last day of the major heatwave that gripped the Southern California area we will start to cool-down to below normal temperatures in all sectors of the forecast area right on through Independence Day. The ridge that plagued the area will weaken, allowing for a trough to set up along the West Coast. This promotes drier and cooler conditions, with the return of that marine layer to the inland valleys.
Independence Day Forecast
Below normal temperatures will make it so that activities during the peak of the day will be comfortable. This however will not be ideal for people who want to enjoy a hot day near the BBQ and pool. This really isn’t the day to do it.. unless of course you live in the deserts where it is always hot in the Summer. Monsoonal moisture this year during this period will remain east, thus drier than normal conditions with less humidity will prevail.
July 2017 is looking like an average/above average temperature month with below normal precipitation with a few monsoonal moisture flow events …
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Click Title: Members Post: July 2017 Preliminary Forecast Update