Saturday’s high was typical of mid-May; in the mid-80’s. We had a few clouds overhead but it was dry and breezy.
Today about the only difference will be a little more wind and a little more humidity. Saturday we enjoyed dewpoints in the low 50’s (comfortable). A steady south winds overnight increased the dewpoints. By this afternoon they’ll hover in the low 60’s (a little sticky). Expect humid and breezy conditions most of the work week ahead.
So begins anew a run of warm, humid mornings. Nothing like last week, just compare:
Morning clouds should give way by afternoon some, we should be mostly sunny and in the mid-80’s again. Winds gust will close in on the 25-mile-per-hour range:
We are off to the driest start to a year since the Dust bowl. The next chance for rain will arrive next weekend just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. A powerful upper level system currently off the Pacific NW coast will slowly make its way to the Four Corners region by the end of the work week.
If this system passes right over us it could bring some significant rains to help our drought situation. Until then a couple of warm, breezy days ahead.