Sunday, 25 February 2024

Forecasters say cooler temperatures on the way

LAKE COUNTY – While the Midwest and Eastern United States experiences cooler-than-average temperatures, the West, including Lake County, continued to sizzle over the weekend with high temperatures above 105 throughout most of the county.


The question is, how long will these century-mark temperatures last?


The high pressure system that's been holding sway over Lake County is slowing being pushed out by a stronger low pressure system that will usher in temperatures closer to normal over the next week, according to the National Weather Service in Sacramento (NWS).


Highs today should top out around 95, and continue throughout the week, with lows in the mid- to upper-60s, the NWS predicts.


However, The Weather Channel (TWC) predicts that Tuesday and Wednesday will again surpass the century mark, with Thursday and Friday hovering closer to normal temperatures in the mid-90s.


Both the NWS and TWC agree that high temperatures for the weekend will reach the mid- to upper-90s, with overnight lows in the upper 50s to mid-60s.


The chance of precipitation from both agencies is zero with low humidity. Caution is advised as this is high wildfire season.


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