Archive for November 4th, 2012
You know it’s mild outside when the overnight low is warmer than the average high temperature for the day.
That was the case early this morning, when the low temperature at Sea-Tac dropped to only 55 degrees—a notch above the average Nov. 4 high of 54 degrees. With temperatures forecast to rise into the lower 60s this afternoon, today will end up well above normal—lengthening Seattle’s recent balmy stretch to nine consecutive days.
Since Oct. 27, the daily high and low temperatures in Seattle have been stuck above average as we’ve remained on the warm side of the jet stream. High temperatures have generally been running about five degrees above the norm, while overnight lows have trended especially warm—around eight degrees higher than their mid-40s average, thanks to persistent cloud cover at night.
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