**I don’t leave for
another two weeks, but I will have a blog about my 2 year mission
trip to South Africa and Namibia, full of pictures, videos and
stories, so if you are interested in my adventures there,
e-mail me and I’ll give you the link!**
Hello, bloggers! It’s been a while. I’ve been busily preparing
for my mission to South Africa and have been sick a few days in
between, so time hasn’t necessarily been as free as I would like it
to be. But, I’m glad I’ve been able to find some time to fill you
in on not only the short term, but long term weather, which
Ok, so what gives? Yesterday was, in my opinion, perfection.
Bremerton Airport recorded a very comfortable 68 degrees under
partly sunny skies with a slight breeze. Funny thing is, 65
degrees is about the average winter high temperature in Cape Town!
Yeah I’ll miss the snow, but I’m going to be doing a lot of walking
and biking, so 60’s every day in the winter is OK with me
Today we’ve slammed on the breaks and introduced some drizzle
and cloudy skies, but we’ll clear up a little later on and nice,
kinda-warm weather will return tomorrow. The rest of the week will
be showery with highs near 60 every day.
Ready for summer? My favorite long term weather guru, Brett
Anderson of AccuWeather, has given his model interpretation on what
we should be looking out for this summer season. Here’s what I got
from his outlook:
Near normal temperatures and precipitation on the West Coast in
May and June, dry and warm in July, though model details are a lot
less clear for the West coast during this month for whatever
reason, a normally warm and dry August and a wetter, slightly
cooler than normal September.
Not bad news at all! It’s looking like a pretty normal summer
season is headed our way, though I’d keep my eye on July. Model
details are unclear so that means we may have another shot at some
more heat records falling?
Have a great weekend!
Questions? Comments? E-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. Figured I might as well mention this too:
sadly, I am selling my beloved 2001 Ford Mustang because I don’t
want it sitting in the driveway for 2 years being unused. If you
are interested in a smokin’ hot ride…let me know!