Good Sunday bloggers,
We are in for another summer like October day after a cloudless sunrise. It does appear that we still have smoke in our sky from the western wildfires. These fires are ongoing as it remains dry for most locations in the western USA.
This is the percent of average rainfall during the last 30 days. Basically, most locations west of the Mississippi river have been 0% to 50% of average rainfall. You can see why the western wildfires continue. The one western location that has seen beneficial rain is the Pacific Northwest.
A cold front races through later tonight bringing us a chance of some rain. Here is a break down of the forecast through tonight.
There is a chance of some rain later tonight followed by weather pattern changes at the end of the week. We go day by day through the next week, in search of rain, in the video below.
Have a great week and stay healthy.