A record of a day

July 28th, 2013 at 6:40 pm by under Weather

Well this day is going to go in the weather history books.  Honest question – how many of you turned the heat on in the car this morning?  It was a tad chilly and a shock to the system especially in late July!

lows this morning

This morning and afternoon we broke two records.  The first – a new record low temperature this morning.  The second a record “low” maximum temperature.  Basically the coolest high we’ve see on that date.

new july records

The reason for the chill in the air is our jet stream or storm track pattern.  There’s a dip in the jet stream which  means cooler air is taking over the area.

jet

Temperatures are still going to be below normal for Monday but we’ll be a little warmer than Sunday as our jet stream begins to take a more west to east flow.

Clouds begin to break up later tonight.  We’ll see a sunny start Monday but it will still be on the cool side but dry.

mon 8 ammon 5pm

Our next storm system heads this way for Tuesday.  It will bring us a chance of showers after 5pm on Tuesday.  There’s also a good chance of rain on Wednesday.

tue 9pa tue 5pm

Have a great week!

Tara
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One Response to “A record of a day”

  1. Anonymouse says:

    You might want to keep an eye on tomorrow since the coldest high ever for tomorrow’s date is 73.

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