Monday, April 11, 2022

Continued Dry

Cirrus over the Catalinas before sunrise this morning. We are starting the second full week of April with no precipitation on the horizon, as our very dry 2022 continues.

The 06 UTC GEFS plumes for temperature (above) indicate cooler days tomorrow and Wednesday, and then a quick return to warm temperatures. Same forecast for PW (below) starts out dry and then plummets to very dry on Wednesday through the weekend

Our main weather impacts will be due to strong and gusty winds today and tomorrow - plumes above and 06 UTC WRF-GFS forecast for steady wind speeds at 10:30 am this morning (below). The NWS has out a Red Flag warning across all of southeast Arizona for critical fire conditions (warm, windy, and low RH) through 7:00 pm MST this evening. The GEFS forecast for winds (above) indicates those conditions will continue tomorrow.

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