From 93° to 39° in 72 Hours

Hard to imagine we made a 54° drop in 3 days, but we did.

Also very impressive in its own right is the fact that the Bremerton Airport recorded a morning low of 39 degrees this morning at 6:15 am with an afternoon high of 71—a 32 degree spread. I will admit, this morning seemed awfully cold compared to the last few. I mean think about it: for the past several months we’ve averaged in the low 50s for low temps which is much above normal. And then today broke the trend, giving us our first overnight low in the 30s of the season.

This is a good indicator of what’s to come as a large pool of unseasonably cold and wet weather will barrel through the area early next week. For now, however, expect continued very pleasant conditions through the weekend with high temps in the low to mid 70s under partly sunny skies. Go out and enjoy it!

But the drama begins on Monday as high temps plunge into the upper 50s and lower 60s. Even cooler air arrives Tuesday as a front moves through the area dropping the temperatures and precipitation. We improve a bit on Wednesday with continued cool weather, but rain and clouds move back in for the latter part of next week.

Looks like fall has arrived, folks!

Matthew Leach

Forecasting Kitsap

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40 thoughts on “From 93° to 39° in 72 Hours

  1. Cold for sure while i am in duvall we hit a low of 41 degrees not in the the 30s yet but pretty close i was looking at the GFS models and they are agreeing aming for cold and wet weather with a deeptrough in store for us starting monday night with snow levels droping to around 3000-4000 FT around Stevens and Snoqualmie passes great news for skiers and i for one am excited for the cold weather 😀 😀 😀

    ive been waiting for fall to come for ever!!!

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