Weather Report – June 13, 2016

Weather Report – June 13, 2016

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Weekly Weather Report for West Pasco’s

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Weekly Weather Report

June 13, 2016



Rain Possible Every Day

Slightly Below Normal Temperatures Due to Overcasts

75 degrees at 4:00 AM, June 12, 2016

Historic Norm (for 6/13) 90 HIGH, 75 LOW Weather Underground:

January, February, and March shatter heat records – all were the hottest on record.  Read more:

April temperatures were well above normal. Read more:

According to NASA and NOAA, 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history – replacing 2014 as the hottest year on record (since records have been kept, 1880). Read more:

We have reached our highest average temperature (90 degrees).  This average high will remain the same for three full months, until early September, when we drop back to 89.  The September drop begins the gradual annual decline that lasts until late December, when we level out at 70 degrees for about one month.  The average high temperature (90 degrees) is twenty degrees higher than our lowest average high of the year [70]), and the highest average of the year. Our average low is now 75 degrees, one degree lower than our highest average low of the year (76), and twenty-four degrees higher than our lowest average low [51].

Here is NOAA on the human causes of climate change and global warming.

Last Week (6/4– 6/10):  Temperatures were a bit below normal most of the week, largely due to overcast conditions and rain associated with a weak tropical system that moved through the area. We recorded a bit more than 5 inches of rain.

This Week (6/11– 6/17):  Temperatures will run a bit below normal all week.  Expect rain every day, with greatest likelihood from mid-week (Wednesday, 6/15) through the weekend.

Here is NOAA on the human causes of climate change and global warming. <>

Here is another good NOAA report

Here is a story on 2015 being the hottest year on record

This is a good general source of science-backed information about climate change:

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