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Aspiring weatherman Matthew Leach talks about the complex and intricate weather patterns over Kitsap.
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Not Much Weather to Talk About…

May 26th, 2009 by Matthew Leach

I planned on getting a video forecast on this blog today but that never ended up happening…obviously. Tomorrow should be a much easier day for me to get that produced so I’ll get on it! For now, there’s not a whole lot of weather to talk about for the next 7 days.

The weatherman in me gets kind of sad when we get to this time of year because that means the storms of rain, wind and snow are all but a distant memory (well, for us a windstorm is just a memory 3 weeks old!) and we are going to be on cruise control for the next several months.

I remember last year during the Independence Day time period there were quite a few powerful thunderstorms that formed around the area that would’ve been fun to forecast, but generally speaking summer is a pretty “boring” month for weather forecasters. That’s OK. We need a summer vacation too :) Plus, it gives us something to look forward to come September!

So the forecast? Tomorrow looks just like today, except a skosh warmer and a teensy bit sunnier. We’re still trying to push out a lagging front that moved through the area last night and these things tend to take a little while to retire. So, expect temperatures to remain in the upper 60s/low 70s.

Thursday looks like an absolutely SPLENDID day with highs comfortably in the mid 70s. Low 70s return for Friday and Saturday as a slightly bigger push of marine air filters into the area, but fear not! The mid 70s return for the rest of the weekend into next week making a lot of fellow Kitsapers happy.

Ahhh…soak it in Kitsap, soak it in!

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap

forecastingkitsap@live.com

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