Thursday, October 27, 2016
High, Thin Cirrus At Sunrise
Upper-level outflow from weakening Hurricane Seymore (located west of the south end of Baja this morning) is bringing widespread, high-level moisture and cirrus cloudiness to Arizona today. The water vapor image above is from 14 UTC.
Little to focus on re local weather for rest of October. Warm and dry continues, but with today expected to be hot with afternoon temperatures in the upper-90s. Forecast of total precipitation below is from the 00 UTC WRF-GFS on the 5.4 km grid and is valid at 11:00 pm MST on October 31st.
Posted by Bob Maddox at 7:47 AM