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  • The Outlook - June 30, 2015
    As we move into summertime harvests a strong high pressure ridge remains in place with much warmer temperatures as coastal regions remain under the influence of the persistent marine layer. Temperatures will reach the mid 70’s along the coast with mid 90’s in the warmer inland valleys warming to triple digits late this week.
  • The Source - June 22, 2015
    A high pressure ridge remains in charge out west this week with seasonal temperatures inland as coastal regions remain under the influence of the persistent marine layer. Temperatures will reach the upper 60s along the coast with mid 80s in the interior valleys.
  • The Outlook - June 16, 2015
    Tropical Storm Bill is nearing the central Texas Coast, moving inland today, with heavy rain bands extending on the east side of the storm. The cyclone will make landfall, weakening as it moves inland through Texas. Central and especially Eastern Texas and Western Louisiana will take the brunt of the precipitation over the next day or so.
  • The Source - June 15, 2015
    A strong high pressure ridge builds along the West Coast this week with warmer temperatures as coastal regions remain under the influence of the persistent marine layer. Temperatures will remain in the upper 60s along the coast with 90s to begin the week inland warming to triple digits by mid-week in the warmest interior valleys.
  • The Outlook - June 12, 2015
    The active cyclone season in the Eastern Pacific continues with the formation of Tropical Storm Carlos. This system is currently stationary about 200 miles south of Acapulco Mexico, with sustained winds of 50mph. Carlos is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane over the weekend and move along the Mexican coast heading toward the tip of Baja early by next week.
  • The Source - June 11, 2015
    Remnant moisture from Blanca will continue to bring scattered showers throughout the Southwest into tonight as an low pressure system moving in from the north interacts with the added moisture. Temperatures in Central California cool to the upper 60s along the coat to mid 90s in the interior valleys. The southwest and Northern Mexico warms to the upper 90s to low triple digits.
  • The Outlook - June 9, 2015
    Remnant moisture from hurricane Blanca will bring showers and thunderstorms to the entire Southwest region and Northern Mexico over the next couple of days. Heavy rains are possible, especially along the higher terrain with flash flooding concerns from Utah south to New Mexico.
  • The Source - June 8, 2015
    High pressure builds along the west coast this week with much warmer temperatures and breezy conditions. Temperatures warm to the upper 70s along the coast with mid 90s in the warmer interior valleys. The southeast will continue with scattered showers and thunderstorms, heavy at times with temperatures in the 80s to mid 90s through the week.
  • The Outlook - June 8, 2015
    Hurricane Blanca is currently just off the Baja coast moving to the Northwest into cooler water. Blanca is expected to weaken to a tropical storm tonight as it approaches the coast. Blanca will slowly move up the Baja coast and drift into Sonora Mexico tomorrow.
  • The Source - June 1, 2015
    The cool moist weather pattern continues along the West coast this week as a couple of deep low pressure troughs move into California. This weather pattern will continue to bring in a deep marine layer, fog, and drizzle along the entire coast. Temperatures will remain below average through the week with gusty winds.