Our under average temperatures are likely to proceed for a while as our climate pattern appears stuck in a little bit of a rut. Thirty years ago, on the night time of October 15 and 16, 1987, hurricane-drive winds with gusts of as much as one hundred thirty five mph ravaged England, the Channel Islands and northern France. As the gusty breeze calms and the sky stays clear, temperatures are anticipated to chill quickly in a single day. The primary named storm of the year lashed the UK overnight bringing gale force winds of as much as 83mph, flying debris and overflowing rivers leading to dozens of flood alerts.
A storm will deliver drenching rain and heavy mountain snow to Northern California and spotty rainfall to Southern California into Sunday. Thus far it’s been the busiest weekend of the summer season for our beaches, as temperatures hit 25C at this… Read the rest