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93 Degrees on the First Day of Fall? What’s Next?!

September 22nd, 2009 by Matthew Leach

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Happy Fall!

Wowza! We did it folks…we SMASHED the old Bremerton record of 80 degrees set in 1970 (that’s a pretty wimpy number, actually. Only 80 degrees?) with a daytime high of 93 degrees today!

If you saw my video forecast yesterday, I predicted a high of 87 and didn’t think Bremerton would scoot past 90 today. I’m actually amazed it got as warm as it did considering where we’re at seasonally: it’s the first day of fall!

Tomorrow looks about 10 degrees cooler, though it will still be about 10-15 degrees above normal (try to wrap your mind around that!) with continued sunny skies. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s.

Thursday and Friday look much cooler with highs dipping into the upper 60s and low 70s which is quite seasonable for this time of year.

We climb the temperature ladder a bit over the weekend with highs reaching the low to mid 70s but models are converging on the idea of our very first true taste of fall next week with what weather geeks term a “clipper” system which is basically a push of much colder air from our north which could dive temperatures several degrees below normal for quite some time.

Nothing is set in stone, but if you’re anything like me, you’re crossing your fingers so we can get some crisp, fall weather at our doorsteps! Go away, summer! ;)

Have a great evening,

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap

Questions? Comments? E-mail me at: forecastingkitsap@live.com

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19 Responses to “93 Degrees on the First Day of Fall? What’s Next?!”

  1. Randy Says:

    Yeah! Go away summer, we need some cool seasonable temps around here. Fishing has been outstanding, but it’s time for a fire or two and some rest (not much of that during summer).
    Hey Matt, look forward to your fall/winter forecasts. Hows that PDO looking? It is going to outdo the Nino conditions, boy I hope so!.

    Take Care, Randy (East Brem.)

  2. Matthew Leach Says:

    Hey there, Randy!

    The PDO has actually turned weakly positive, thanks to the VERY warm weather pattern this month. But my eye is on the potentially bone-chilling front that will move through early next week which should put the PDO at negative levels once again. Certainly a good sign if you love cold and snow!

    Take care as well,

    ~Matt

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