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Rancho San Joaquin, Irvine, CA 92612
Weather Conditions Updated at 3:12am on 6/15/21
Sky Temperature (°F) Wind 

Visibility 10 mi.


Temp Rate °/hr.
24-hr. Change °

Max Gust 0 mph
High Temperature 68° (12:00am)
Low Temperature 65° (3:09am)

Dew Point

Wet Bulb Temperature
Rainfall Since Midnight

24-hour Change
29.87 in. 

Cloud Base ft.
Density Altitude
Pressure Altitude
Vapor Pressure 0.55 in.
Virtual Temperature 69°

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Station Location and Elevation
Rancho San Joaquin, Irvine, CA  92612
Latitude: 33.663, Longitude: -117.830
Elevation: 72 Feet Above Sea Level

Station Temperature and Wind Extremes
This Month's High Temp (6/14/21)
This Month's Low Temp (6/11/21)
This Month's Peak Wind Gust mph (6/7/21)

This Year's High Temp (1/15/21)
This Year's Low Temp (1/26/21)
This Year's Peak Wind Gust: mph (1/25/21)

Record High Temp* (7/6/18)
Record Low Temp* (1/14/07)
Record Wind Gust* 47 mph (1/16/08)
Record Low Pressure*: 29.08 in. (1/21/10)
*Record for Since 3/1/2004

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Heating° Days (Current) 0
Monthly Heating° Days (To Date): 21
Yearly Heating° Days (To Date) 1005
Cooling° Days (Current) 0
Monthly Cooling° Days (To Date) 42
Yearly Cooling° Days (To Date) 256
Wind Run (Current)  0.00 mi.
Wind Run Monthly (To Date) 53.63 mi.
Wind Run Yearly (To Date) 1392.89 mi.
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Monthly Rainfall (To Date)
Annual Rainfall (To Date)*
Last Year's Annual Rainfall* 10.67 in.
Normal Annual Rainfall* 13.33 in.
*Annual Rainfall is based on the California Water Year,
  which runs from October 1 through September 30.

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Area Forecast Discussion
FXUS66 KSGX 150429

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service San Diego CA
929 PM PDT Mon Jun 14 2021

A strong area of high pressure will dominate the weather pattern
this week, leading to a prolonged heat wave for much of the 
region. High temperatures will climb 15 to 20 degrees above 
average for inland areas, along with very warm overnight 
temperatures inland as well. A shallow marine layer will result in
less warming for coastal areas, where patchy low clouds and fog 
can be expected nights and mornings. The large area of high 
pressure is expected to weaken and spread cooling inland by early 
next week.




A tranquil and warm night prevails across SoCal. Some high clouds
continue to stream in from the south. Highs today ranged from the
70s at the beaches to the 80s and 90s over the inland valleys and
mountains, except some 100s over the Inland Empire. The lower 
deserts soared into the 110-115 degree range while the high desert
reached 95-100 degrees. Patchy low clouds could develop near the
coast overnight. No changes were made to the forecast this
evening. Tuesday will be hotter as the ridge builds further into
the region.

Previous Discussion (Issued at 154 PM PDT Mon Jun 14 2021):

As you can probably start to feel today, the heat is on as a
strong area of high pressure centered over the Four Corners region
starts to expand into Southern California. Forecast models
continue to show this feature maximizing in strenght around 600
DM later in the week, quite strong, especially for this time of 
year. Tuesday will be the hottest day of the heat wave for many 
across the valleys west of the mountains. Portions of the eastern
valleys of San Diego County into the Inland Empire will see highs
from 100 to 110 degrees, which are prompting these areas to be
under Excessive Heat Warnings through the early part of the
weekend. This will not be an event where the mountains see relief
from the heat, as many areas in the mountains will be in the 90s 
to slightly over the century mark. Forecast models continue to 
pick up on some high level moisture making it into the area as 
southwest flow aloft around the high pressure takes hold over the 
next few days. This may bring some areas of high level cloudiness,
which may slightly inhibit high temperatures but not by much.
Mountains and deserts will continue to see breezy afternoon and
evening winds, leading to elevated fire weather conditions.

The coastal areas will be the only ones to escape the brutal heat
as a shallow marine layer will keep temperatures moderated.
Beaches can expect highs in the 70s with 80s just a couple miles
further inland. This shallow layer will lead to possible low
clouds and fog late nights and mornings intermittently throughout
the week. Inland valleys of Orange County will still be in the 90s
for much of the event, where a Heat Advisory has now been issued.

As the high pressure slightly weakens later in the week, the
monsoonal flow will soon be cut off, leading to a very dry air
mass. This will lead to the hottest day being in the desert by
Friday. Some places across this area will reach over 120 degrees,
which would be getting close to all-time high temperature records.
Not only will high temperatures be hot, but also overnight low
temperatures across the lower deserts will be quite warm with lows
in the upper 80s to near 90 from Palm Springs to Borrego Springs.
The deserts will see very hot temperatures through much of the 
week, but cluster analysis points to the ridge finally breaking 
down by early next week, which will lead to some relief from the
heat across Southern California.


150330Z...Coast...Patchy low clouds 08Z-16Z Tuesday possible with 
potential to affect any of the coastal terminals. Highest chances 
for longer duration CIGS will be at KSAN/KCRQ, but confidence in CIG 
persistence is low. Cloud bases will be 400-800 feet MSL, with tops 
to 1200 ft MSL and associated vis generally 3-6SM, locally below 1 
mile for elevated coastal terrain. Clouds will scatter out after 16Z 
Tue, before likely redeveloping with similar bases Tuesday evening.

Valleys/Mountains/Deserts...SCT clouds at or above 20,000 ft MSL and 
unrestricted vis through Tuesday.


No hazardous marine conditions are expected through Friday. However, 
northwest winds occasionally gusting over 20 knots are expected 
Tuesday evening over the outer coastal waters.  


Very hot temperatures through much of the week and low daytime
relative humidity for the deserts, mountains, mountains and also 
into the inland valleys early this week. High temperatures will 
be around 15 to 20 degrees above average for inland areas with 
lowest humidity in the deserts falling to around 10 percent each 
day. The driest day will be Tuesday, where some locales across the
mountains and desrts will drop into the single digits.

The low humidity combined with gusty southwest to west winds each
afternoon and evening in the mountains and deserts will bring 
elevated fire weather conditions each afternoon for the deserts 
onto the desert slopes of the mountains. This will also lead to
very high mixing heights each morning and afternoon, which will 
increase the potential for plume-driven fire growth.

The area of high pressure will begin to break down by early next 
week, with cooler weather and higher humidity spreading inland.


Skywarn activation is not requested. However weather spotters are
encouraged to report significant weather conditions.


CA...Excessive Heat Warning until 9 PM PDT Sunday for Coachella 
     Valley-San Diego County Deserts.

     Excessive Heat Warning from 10 AM Tuesday to 9 PM PDT Saturday 
     for Riverside County Mountains-San Bernardino County 
     Mountains-San Bernardino and Riverside County Valleys-The 
     Inland Empire-San Diego County Mountains.

     Excessive Heat Warning until 9 PM PDT Saturday for Apple and 
     Lucerne Valleys-San Gorgonio Pass Near Banning.

     Excessive Heat Warning from 10 AM Tuesday to 9 PM PDT Friday for 
     San Diego County Valleys-Santa Ana Mountains and Foothills.

     Heat Advisory from 10 AM Tuesday to 9 PM PDT Friday for Orange 
     County Inland Areas.



PUBLIC...Gregoria (Update)/APR (Previous Discussion)

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