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On This Day In History...Major Weather Events in the PNW or West

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Posted 19 February 2019 - 05:22 PM

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I remember we went into a dry cool pattern afterwards so the snow stuck around in the shade for quite a while. It was a great capstone to what was easily the best winter of my childhood in the Willamette Valley.

 

I didn't experience the storm living up in Tacoma, but I remember going down to visiting my grandparents in Cottage Grove a week or so after it happened and there being snow in the shade.


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Posted 19 February 2019 - 05:38 PM

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I didn't experience the storm living up in Tacoma, but I remember going down to visiting my grandparents in Cottage Grove a week or so after it happened and there being snow in the shade.


It probably came from that storm.

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Posted 20 February 2019 - 01:33 PM

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Solid contender for greatest snowstorm in regional history between February 18-19, 1884.

 

After a two week cold spell, a major system moved in off the coast and moved north up through the region while dropping tons of wet snow in its wake.

 

In the Willamette Valley on the 18th, the Oregonian reported 11 inches at Junction City, 24 inches at Corvallis, 20 inches at Halsey,  16 inches at Albany, 12 inches at Salem, and 16 inches in McMinnville. In Portland, about a foot fell with this storm with the paper reporting snowfall rates of 1.5" per hour throughout much of the morning of the 19th. The snow was so wet in town that the paper reported roofs caving in. By the evening the wind switched to the south and the entirety of Western OR was in the 40s.

 

The storm continued to spread northward , dropping 12"+ at Olympia and a reported 18 inches fell in downtown Seattle between the 18th and 19th. Downtown Seattle looked like this on the 19th before warming into the 40s

 

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It appears this initial storm cut off somewhere to the north of Seattle, with Langley, B.C. reporting an overrunning total of 7" on the 21st with what was likely a 2nd storm.

 

However, it is definitely one of the only individual events that I'm aware of to drop 10"+ essentially from Eugene to Everett. Certainly no 21st century precedent for it.


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Posted 20 February 2019 - 01:46 PM

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Solid contender for greatest snowstorm in regional history between February 18-19, 1884.

 

After a two week cold spell, a major system moved in off the coast and moved north up through the region while dropping tons of wet snow in its wake.

 

In the Willamette Valley on the 18th, the Oregonian reported 11 inches at Junction City, 24 inches at Corvallis, 20 inches at Halsey,  16 inches at Albany, 12 inches at Salem, and 16 inches in McMinnville. In Portland, about a foot fell with this storm with the paper reporting snowfall rates of 1.5" per hour throughout much of the morning of the 19th. The snow was so wet in town that the paper reported roofs caving in. By the evening the wind switched to the south and the entirety of Western OR was in the 40s.

 

The storm continued to spread northward , dropping 12"+ at Olympia and a reported 18 inches fell in downtown Seattle between the 18th and 19th. Downtown Seattle looked like this on the 19th before warming into the 40s

 

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It appears this initial storm cut off somewhere to the north of Seattle, with Langley, B.C. reporting an overrunning total of 7" on the 21st with what was likely a 2nd storm.

 

However, it is definitely one of the only individual events that I'm aware of to drop 10"+ essentially from Eugene to Everett. Certainly no 21st century precedent for it.

 

Pretty epic flood in the Los Angeles basin during the same time period. One of the more dynamic stretches along the west coast in history.



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Posted 20 February 2019 - 01:49 PM

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Pretty epic flood in the Los Angeles basin during the same time period. One of the more dynamic stretches along the west coast in history.

 

Not just the West Coast, either. The SE ridge pumped up from that PNW trough produced one of the most significant tornado outbreaks on record that week

 

https://en.wikipedia...ornado_outbreak



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Posted 20 February 2019 - 02:01 PM

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Not just the West Coast, either. The SE ridge pumped up from that PNW trough produced one of the most significant tornado outbreaks on record that week

 

https://en.wikipedia...ornado_outbreak

 

Wow, no kidding. I hadn't heard of that one before. That came after the big January cold wave back east, including still standing all-time records of -30 in Des Moines and -22 in St. Louis (not to mention a reported -40 in Rockford, IL, lower than the current state record). This was also the first winter after Krakatoa.



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Posted 20 February 2019 - 02:09 PM

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Wow, no kidding. I hadn't heard of that one before. That came after the big January cold wave back east, including still standing all-time records of -30 in Des Moines and -22 in St. Louis (not to mention a reported -40 in Rockford, IL, lower than the current state record). This was also the first winter after Krakatoa.

 

Yeah, the 1880s were a pretty remarkable stretch for winter weather. That 1883-84 progression is rather similar to this winter.



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Posted 20 February 2019 - 09:37 PM

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Yeah, the 1880s were a pretty remarkable stretch for winter weather. That 1883-84 progression is rather similar to this winter.

 

Its kind of a watered down version, for sure. So. California had that rainstorm late last week too, with some all-time precip records challenged. 



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Posted 20 February 2019 - 09:55 PM

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That is one of the best snowfall pictures for Seattle in the 19th century.  What an amazing year 1884 was!  Epic February and epic December.  Both still stand as the gold standard for those months.  Krakatoa could have certainly been repsponsible. 


Death To Warm Anomalies!

 

Winter 2019-20 stats

 

Total Snowfall = 0.0"

Day with 1" or more snow depth = 0

Total Hail = T

Coldest Low = 20

Lows 32 or below = 23

Highs 32 or below = 0

Lows 20 or below = 1

Highs 40 or below = 1

 

 


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Posted 05 March 2019 - 07:32 AM

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On this date in 1955 Silver Falls scored their all-time March record low with a low of 10.


Snowfall                                  Precip

2018-19: 63.5"                   2018-19: 66.33"

2017-18: 30.3"                   2017-18: 59.83"

2016-17: 49.2"                   2016-17: 97.58"

2015-16: 11.75"                 2015-16: 68.67"

2014-15: 3.5"
2013-14: 11.75"
2012-13: 16.75"
2011-12: 98.5"                   2011-12: 92.67"

 

It's always sunny at Winters Hill! 

 


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Posted 13 March 2019 - 11:15 AM

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Squall line thunderstorm developed in 2011 today. This line extended from as far north as NW Oregon coast all the way south to near the NWS Eureka office. The squall was detected on all 3 of these doppler radars.

 

In southern Oregon there were a few isolated locations that received a severe t'storm, such as Merlin having golfball sized hail and Roseburg had a 60mph wind. Some outflow winds 55-60mph reached as far as the east slopes of the cascades, though the storm line itself was breaking apart over the hills. Even some of the offshore waters had some triggered Special Marine Warnings for winds well over 70mph. This storm effected quite a large area and held its form for several hours.

 

Locally I didn't have any thunder in Klamath Falls but still had high outflow winds and saw quite a dark sky to my west.

Another squall on January 19th 2016 actually reached K-Falls producing lightning, hail and a 67mph gust however that was a much more localized squall in comparison to the 2011 event. 


Weather Data for Klamath Falls, OR

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Snowfall (with % of seasonal average)

 

2010-2011 - 58.20" (161%)
2011-2012 - 49.00" (136%)
2012-2013 - 16.70" (46%)
2013-2014 - 9.05" (25%)
2014-2015 - 2.90" (8%)
2015-2016 - 54.45" (151%)
2016-2017 - 63.00" (175%)
2017-2018 - 18.10" (50%)
 
2018-2019 - 52.30" (145%)
 
Nov '18 - 00.20" (5%)
Dec '18 - 05.80" (58%)
Jan '19 - 09.50(80%)
Feb '19 - 27.50" (306%)
Mar '19 - 09.00" (360%)
Apr '19 - 0.30" (30%)
 
2019-2020 - 10.50"
 
Nov '19 - 06.50" (163%)
Dec '19 - 04.00"
Jan '20 -
Feb '20 -
Mar '20 -
Apr '20 -
 
2019 Thunderstorms: 14
04/02, 04/19, 05/28, 05/31, 06/01
06/12, 06/28, 07/14, 08/09, 08/10
08/28, 09/05, 09/15, 09/16
Hailstorms: 05/28 (1/4")
Severe Wind: 0
 
Top 5 Daily Snows: 12.40" (01/03/2017), 8.20" (11/23/2010), 7.50" (12/13/2015), 6.60" (02/07/2017), 6.20" (03/10/2019)
Honorable Mention: 6.00" (03/20/2012), 6.00" (02/28/2012), 5.70" (12/14/2016), 5.50" (01/18/2012)
Max Depths: 21.00" (01/07/2017), 18.00" (12/24/2015), 11.00" (11/23/2010), 9.50" (02/27/2019), 9.00" (02/28/2012)
 
T'storm Days: 14 (2019), 16 (2018), 11 (2017), 12 (2016), 20 (2015), 21 (2014), 16 (2013), 2 (2012), 12 (2011) / 1980-2015 Avg = 12 T'storm Days
Severe T'storms: 5 (08/10/2019), (08/08/2017), (07/24/2017), (01/19/2016), (08/05/2012) 
"Almost" Severe: 2 (08/10/2017), (05/04/2016)
Vicinity Severe T'storms (close enough to hear, with official severe reports)
(06/26/2017), (08/05/2016), (07/09/2015), (07/05/2015), (06/09/2015), (08/05/2014), (08/04/2014), (08/22/2013), (08/12/2013), (09/12/2011), (09/04/2011)

 


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Posted 04 April 2019 - 02:44 PM

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Its kind of a watered down version, for sure. So. California had that rainstorm late last week too, with some all-time precip records challenged. 

 

1883-84 was the wettest rainy season in San Diego's recorded history (25.90") and Downtown Los Angeles's history (38.18").



My personal weather station: Davis Instruments Vantage Pro 2

 

2019-2020 Season Total: 3.75" (as of 12/11/19)

 

2018-2019 Season Total: 15.84"

2017-2018 Season Total: 4.63"

2016-2017 Season Total: 15.18"

2015-2016 Season Total: 8.12"

 

California Water Year/Rainy Season measuring period runs from July 1 to June 30.
 

 

 


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Posted 04 April 2019 - 03:17 PM

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Not weather-related, but on this day one year ago walking from the bus stop to my work, I was trying to make it across the street before the walk time ran out. Someone ahead of me had pushed the button. Note that you can wait up for a ridiculous 2 minutes for the next walk signal in crowded Southern California. So I ran as fast as I could and fell half way across the street, cutting open my chin and banging my knee really bad. I needed 5 stitches in my chin. The worst thing, however, was breaking my new smartphone I had bought just a few days earlier.

 

It was not rainy that morning like it was today.



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Posted 04 June 2019 - 12:59 AM

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10th anniversary of one of the most significant thunderstorm outbreaks in recent western Oregon memory!

 

June 4th 2009

 

Solid line of severe thunderstorms extending from central Oregon to the coast, moving up from Eugene to Portland/Vancouver.

South Valleys had 1" and larger size hail, 60-70 mph winds. Corvallis records an 80mph wind gust out of the storm.

A rare Tornado Warning is issued in the Central Valley which is soon verified after an EF0 Tornado was confirmed in Peoria (Linn County). Public also witness wall clouds near Salem. The line continues climbing the Willamette Valley with multiple severe warnings as far north as the Portland Metro area. At around 5pm the line breaks up a little into 2 sections but there are still Severe Thunderstorm Warnings are all simultaneously being issued for Yamhill, Washington, Columbia, Clackamas, Multnomah and Clark Counties all at the same time. In Hillsboro where I lived during this storm, I observed an incredible display of shelf/roll clouds, the first time I've seen these types of clouds ever.

 

[Upper Analysis - 5pm June 4 2009]

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[SPC 'Slight Risk' boundary covering most of Oregon]

https://www.spc.noaa...90604_1300.html

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[SPC issues Severe Thunderstorm Watch #330 for the entire Willamette Valley, the first issued west of the Cascades since 1993]

https://www.spc.noaa...009/ww0330.html

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[Radar animation of the whole event]

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[Zoomed, slower]

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Weather Data for Klamath Falls, OR

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Snowfall (with % of seasonal average)

 

2010-2011 - 58.20" (161%)
2011-2012 - 49.00" (136%)
2012-2013 - 16.70" (46%)
2013-2014 - 9.05" (25%)
2014-2015 - 2.90" (8%)
2015-2016 - 54.45" (151%)
2016-2017 - 63.00" (175%)
2017-2018 - 18.10" (50%)
 
2018-2019 - 52.30" (145%)
 
Nov '18 - 00.20" (5%)
Dec '18 - 05.80" (58%)
Jan '19 - 09.50(80%)
Feb '19 - 27.50" (306%)
Mar '19 - 09.00" (360%)
Apr '19 - 0.30" (30%)
 
2019-2020 - 10.50"
 
Nov '19 - 06.50" (163%)
Dec '19 - 04.00"
Jan '20 -
Feb '20 -
Mar '20 -
Apr '20 -
 
2019 Thunderstorms: 14
04/02, 04/19, 05/28, 05/31, 06/01
06/12, 06/28, 07/14, 08/09, 08/10
08/28, 09/05, 09/15, 09/16
Hailstorms: 05/28 (1/4")
Severe Wind: 0
 
Top 5 Daily Snows: 12.40" (01/03/2017), 8.20" (11/23/2010), 7.50" (12/13/2015), 6.60" (02/07/2017), 6.20" (03/10/2019)
Honorable Mention: 6.00" (03/20/2012), 6.00" (02/28/2012), 5.70" (12/14/2016), 5.50" (01/18/2012)
Max Depths: 21.00" (01/07/2017), 18.00" (12/24/2015), 11.00" (11/23/2010), 9.50" (02/27/2019), 9.00" (02/28/2012)
 
T'storm Days: 14 (2019), 16 (2018), 11 (2017), 12 (2016), 20 (2015), 21 (2014), 16 (2013), 2 (2012), 12 (2011) / 1980-2015 Avg = 12 T'storm Days
Severe T'storms: 5 (08/10/2019), (08/08/2017), (07/24/2017), (01/19/2016), (08/05/2012) 
"Almost" Severe: 2 (08/10/2017), (05/04/2016)
Vicinity Severe T'storms (close enough to hear, with official severe reports)
(06/26/2017), (08/05/2016), (07/09/2015), (07/05/2015), (06/09/2015), (08/05/2014), (08/04/2014), (08/22/2013), (08/12/2013), (09/12/2011), (09/04/2011)

 


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Posted 04 June 2019 - 12:59 AM

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Continued...

 

[Outflow Boundary incredibly well defined blowing through the metro!]

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[Now, some of my pictures from a park near my apartments!]

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[Original of this photo was a very low exposure, so I had to edit this one to look how I really saw it]

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[And SPC's Watch actually verifies...widespread severe reports]

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And I'd like anyone else's input on this incredible Western Oregon severe weather outbreak. This was truly a 20 or so year type event. 

I'd love to see pictures if anyone has some.


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Weather Data for Klamath Falls, OR

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Snowfall (with % of seasonal average)

 

2010-2011 - 58.20" (161%)
2011-2012 - 49.00" (136%)
2012-2013 - 16.70" (46%)
2013-2014 - 9.05" (25%)
2014-2015 - 2.90" (8%)
2015-2016 - 54.45" (151%)
2016-2017 - 63.00" (175%)
2017-2018 - 18.10" (50%)
 
2018-2019 - 52.30" (145%)
 
Nov '18 - 00.20" (5%)
Dec '18 - 05.80" (58%)
Jan '19 - 09.50(80%)
Feb '19 - 27.50" (306%)
Mar '19 - 09.00" (360%)
Apr '19 - 0.30" (30%)
 
2019-2020 - 10.50"
 
Nov '19 - 06.50" (163%)
Dec '19 - 04.00"
Jan '20 -
Feb '20 -
Mar '20 -
Apr '20 -
 
2019 Thunderstorms: 14
04/02, 04/19, 05/28, 05/31, 06/01
06/12, 06/28, 07/14, 08/09, 08/10
08/28, 09/05, 09/15, 09/16
Hailstorms: 05/28 (1/4")
Severe Wind: 0
 
Top 5 Daily Snows: 12.40" (01/03/2017), 8.20" (11/23/2010), 7.50" (12/13/2015), 6.60" (02/07/2017), 6.20" (03/10/2019)
Honorable Mention: 6.00" (03/20/2012), 6.00" (02/28/2012), 5.70" (12/14/2016), 5.50" (01/18/2012)
Max Depths: 21.00" (01/07/2017), 18.00" (12/24/2015), 11.00" (11/23/2010), 9.50" (02/27/2019), 9.00" (02/28/2012)
 
T'storm Days: 14 (2019), 16 (2018), 11 (2017), 12 (2016), 20 (2015), 21 (2014), 16 (2013), 2 (2012), 12 (2011) / 1980-2015 Avg = 12 T'storm Days
Severe T'storms: 5 (08/10/2019), (08/08/2017), (07/24/2017), (01/19/2016), (08/05/2012) 
"Almost" Severe: 2 (08/10/2017), (05/04/2016)
Vicinity Severe T'storms (close enough to hear, with official severe reports)
(06/26/2017), (08/05/2016), (07/09/2015), (07/05/2015), (06/09/2015), (08/05/2014), (08/04/2014), (08/22/2013), (08/12/2013), (09/12/2011), (09/04/2011)

 


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Posted 08 June 2019 - 08:13 PM

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June 2009 was very active for the whole West Coast. Palm Springs had plenty of days that were ONLY in the 80s that June and it ended up being one of the coolest Junes on record there. West of the mountains had some rain, but mainly just lots of days with marine layer reaching well into the mountain passes. As usual, the coast had the smallest departure from normal.


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Posted 09 June 2019 - 06:46 AM

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Marine layer is still knocking on the door of the Inland Empire this morning.



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Posted 09 June 2019 - 12:46 PM

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Marine layer is still knocking on the door of the Inland Empire this morning.


You keep letting your marine layer anxiety spill over to the wrong threads.
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Posted 09 June 2019 - 03:31 PM

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Oops. Posted in wrong topic.

Anyway, the Hathaway Fire started on this date in 2013 in Southern California.

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Posted 09 June 2019 - 03:40 PM

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You keep letting your marine layer anxiety spill over to the wrong threads.


The California thread is dead because the only thing to forecast for the next 10 days is what time the low clouds will burn off. Hoping for an active monsoon this summer. June days in California often don't have exciting history.
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Posted 09 June 2019 - 07:48 PM

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The California thread is dead because the only thing to forecast for the next 10 days is what time the low clouds will burn off. Hoping for an active monsoon this summer. June days in California often don't have exciting history.


We are hoping for a nice suppressed jet for y’all this winter too so we can keep adding to this list 😁

Springfield, Oregon cold season 19-20 Stats:

Coldest high: 34 (Nov 30)
Coldest low: 19 (Nov 29)
Days with below freezing temps: 27 (Most recent: Dec 4)
Total snowfall: 0.0"

Last accumulating snowfall (grass): February 27, 2019
Last accumulating snowfall (roads): February 27, 2019
Last sub-freezing high: Jan 13, 2017 (31F)
Last White Christmas: 1990

Significant wind events (gusts 45+): 0

 

Personal Stats:

Last accumulating snowfall (grass): February 27, 2019

Last accumulating snowfall (roads): February 27, 2019
Last sub-freezing high: Jan 13, 2017 (31)
Last White Christmas: 2008

Total snowfall since joining TheWeatherForums: 20.7"

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Posted 09 June 2019 - 08:07 PM

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June does get exciting here, however, when we compare the hottest desert location to the coldest beach location. Del Mar Beach is almost always the coldest, likely because their thermometer is right next to the water, or something about the land creates a stronger sea breeze there than other coastal areas.

 

Today Del Mar Beach was only 66 F, and that was without the low clouds. Thermal was the hottest at 110 F. Other areas just around 10 miles from the shore, such as Foothill Ranch (Lake Forest), reached 93 F.

 

 

:        ...COASTAL AREAS...
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SDYBL:      YORBA LINDA        370 :   93 /  59 /  0.00 /
FUL  :      FULLERTON AIRPORT   96 :   89 /  61 /  0.00 /
ANAC1:    * ANAHEIM            335 :   89 /  61 /  0.00 /
STAC1:      SANTA ANA          135 :   88 /  61 /  0.00 /
SDHTB:      HUNTINGTON BEACH     5 :   74 /  60 /  0.00 /
SNA  :      JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT  55 :   81 /  61 /  0.00 /
3L3  :    * NEWPORT BEACH       10 :   68 /  61 /  0.00 /
LAGC1:      LAGUNA BEACH        35 :   78 /  58 /  0.00 /
SDFRH:      LAKE FOREST        970 :   93 /  56 /  0.00 /
L34  :      OCEANSIDE HARBOR    10 :   68 /  58 /  0.00 /
OKB  :      OCEANSIDE AIRPORT   28 :   76 /  54 /  0.00 /
SDVIS:      VISTA              330 :   82 /  58 /  0.00 /
CRQ  :      CARLSBAD AIRPORT   328 :   74 /  59 /  0.00 /
SDETS:      ENCINITAS          270 :   76 /  58 /  0.00 /
SDDMB:      DEL MAR BEACH       10 :   66 /  60 /  0.00 /
NKX  :      MIRAMAR            477 :   84 /  60 /  0.00 /
MYF  :      MONTGOMERY FIELD   420 :   82 /  58 /  0.00 /
SAN  :      SAN DIEGO INT`L AP  15 :   73 /  62 /  0.00 /
SDNAC:      NATIONAL CITY       25 :   75 /  62 /  0.00 /
CVAC1:      CHULA VISTA         65 :    M /   M /     M /
NRS  :      IMPERIAL BEACH      23 :    M /   M /     M /
SDM  :      BROWN FIELD        525 :   77 /  58 /  0.00 /
:
:        ...INLAND AREAS...
:
ONT  :      ONTARIO            943 :  105 /  62 /  0.00 /
CNO  :      CHINO              652 :  101 /  56 /  0.00 /
SDALO:      RANCHO CUCAMONGA  1940 :   98 /  60 /  0.00 /
SBD  :      SAN BERNARDINO    1086 :  102 /  62 /  0.00 /
AJO  :      CORONA             531 :   93 /  55 /  0.00 /
RAL  :      RIVERSIDE AIRPORT  818 :  104 /  59 /  0.00 /
UCRC1:      RIVERSIDE          986 :  102 /  57 /  0.00 /
RIV  :      RIVERSIDE MARCH   1542 :  100 /  55 /  0.00 /
BUO  :      BEAUMONT          2680 :   93 /  58 /  0.00 /
SDLEL:      LAKE ELSINORE     1275 :  102 /  61 /  0.00 /
SDHET:      HEMET             2050 :   98 /  62 /  0.00 /
SDTEC:      TEMECULA          1020 :   99 /  56 /  0.00 /
SDFBK:      FALLBROOK          698 :   89 /  57 /  0.00 /
VCFC1:      VALLEY CENTER     1312 :   98 /  50 /  0.00 /
SDSMP:      SAN MARCOS         630 :   86 /  57 /  0.00 /
ESCC1:      ESCONDIDO          645 :   94 /  58 /  0.00 /
PSQC1:      SAN PASQUAL VALLEY 255 :   97 /  52 /  0.00 /
RNM  :      RAMONA AIRPORT    1393 :  102 /  50 /  0.00 /
SGX  :      RANCHO BERNARDO    690 :   86 /  57 /  0.00 /
SDPOY:      POWAY              597 :   94 /  56 /  0.00 /
ALPC1:      ALPINE            1695 :   98 /  54 /  0.00 /
SDLAM:      LA MESA            659 :   88 /  57 /  0.00 /
SDSNN:      SANTEE             505 :   97 /  56 /  0.00 /
ELJC1:      EL CAJON           405 :   94 /  57 /     M /
SDRSC:      RANCHO SAN DIEGO   400 :    M /   M /     M /
LMGC1:      LEMON GROVE        427 :   82 /  58 /  0.00 /
:
:        ...MOUNTAIN AREAS...
:
ECSC1:      EL CARISO         2730 :   92 /  64 /  0.00 /
SDWRT:      WRIGHTWOOD        5980 :   76 /  51 /  0.00 /
SDARN:      LAKE ARROWHEAD    5180 :   85 /  52 /  0.00 /
BBLC1:      BIG BEAR LAKE     6768 :   73 /  43 /  0.00 /
SDBDN:      BALDWIN LAKE      6770 :   71 /  38 /  0.00 /
SDAOK:      ANGELUS OAKS      5800 :   81 /  54 /  0.00 /
IDYC1:      IDYLLWILD         5380 :   90 /  57 /  0.00 /
NZAC1:      ANZA              3939 :   88 /  54 /  0.00 /
PYNC1:      PINYON PINES      4060 :   90 /  55 /  0.00 /
PLRC1:    * PALOMAR MOUNTAIN  5550 :    M /   M /     M /
JULC1:      JULIAN            4240 :   84 /  56 /  0.00 /
MLNC1:    * MOUNT LAGUNA      5920 :   73 /  56 /  0.00 /
CPMC1:    * CAMPO COOP        2615 :   90 /  46 /  0.00 /
:
:        ...DESERT AREAS...
:
HESC1:      HESPERIA          3055 :   92 /  57 /  0.00 /
APLC1:      APPLE VALLEY      2780 :   93 /  48 /  0.00 /
PSP  :      PALM SPRINGS       425 :  107 /  77 /  0.00 /
IDOC1:      INDIO              -21 :  105 /  75 /  0.00 /
TRM  :      THERMAL           -117 :  110 /  64 /  0.00 /
BROC1:    * BORREGO SPRINGS    805 :  102 /  72 /  0.00 /
SDOCL:      OCOTILLO WELLS     149 :  105 /  70 /  0.00 /
BLH  :      BLYTHE             397 :  106 /  75 /  0.00 /
IPL  :      IMPERIAL           -56 :  104 /  68 /  0.00 /
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