Daily Archives: January 18, 2009

Are We in Denver?: A 32º Spread Today

What a beautiful sight it was this morning! I woke up to crystal clear skies and a frosty lawn. The frost didn’t last long, though, because the temperatures warmed rapidly today. How warm? My station recorded 60º on the button with a low of 28º—a 32º spread. How do you dress for that kind of weather, you ask? Dress in layers 🙂 The official Bremerton station recorded 57º with a low of 28º, but regardless, this was an impressive day for numbers! This reminds me of the weather in Denver…

Anyway, we all saw abundant sunshine today and we’ll do the same thing tomorrow! There’s, of course, a chance for some areas of fog tomorrow morning (especially near the water), but that will quickly burn off to sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 50s. It should be a cooler day tomorrow if models are correct, but a couple other models are suggesting we reach the upper 50s to near 60º again. I’m sure there won’t be a lot of complaints if we do!

Sunshine is a bit more filtered for Tuesday, but we should see plenty of it with highs in the 40s. Partial sunshine is the story for Wednesday, but clouds and showers return for the rest of the week into the first part of the weekend while the last half of the weekend looks like an improvement. Highs from Wednesday through next Sunday look very chilly: 30s to lower 40s.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Enjoy the sunshine while it’s here and have a great Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

Matthew Leach

Kitsap Weather


Weekly Entertainment: The Credibility of Weathermen

It is Sunday, so that means it’s time for some entertainment. This video was produced last year and the idea came after someone asked me, “What makes a weatherman credible?” So, to make this video extra fun, I went around the school and asked some staff members the question, “What is the credibility of weathermen?”

Enjoy the beautiful sunshine!

Matthew Leach

Kitsap Weather