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Current Conditions in Irvine, CA
Updated 3:45pm, 10/25/14
Sky Temperature Wind 


Visibility: 10 mi.

78°F


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Max. Wind: 12 mph
High Temperature: 81°F (12:29pm)
Low Temperature: 62°F (4:16am)
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24-hour Change:
30.01 in. 

Density Altitude: 1205.465 ft.
Pressure Altitude: -10.175 ft.
Vapor Pressure: 0.59 in.

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Station Location and Elevation
Rancho San Joaquin, Irvine, CA
Latitude: 33.66289, Longitude: -117.83017
Elevation: 72 Feet


Station Temperature and Wind Extremes
This Month's High Temp: 99°F (10/3/14)
This Month's Low Temp: 58°F (10/24/14)
This Month's Peak Wind Gust: mph (10/15/14)

This Year's High Temp: 101°F (5/14/14)
This Year's Low Temp: 40°F (2/1/14)
This Year's Peak Wind Gust: mph (1/14/14)

Record High Temp: 104°F (9/27/10)
Record Low Temp: 31°F (1/14/07)
Record Wind Gust: 47 mph (1/16/08)


Records for Irvineweather.net Since 3/1/2004

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High Fri: 98°F at Death Valley, CA & Yuma, AZ Low Fri: 21°F at Bodie State Park, CA

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Sunrise:  
7:06am
Moonrise: 
8:44am
Moon Phase:

1% Illuminated
Sunset: 
6:07pm
Moonset:  
7:37pm
Heating °Days (today): 0   
Monthly Heating °Days (to date): 15   
Yearly Heating °Days (to date): 851   
Cooling °Days (today): 3   
Monthly Cooling °Days (to date): 171   
Yearly Cooling °Days (to date): 1410   
Wind Run Daily (today): 12.62 mi.  
Wind Run Monthly (to date): 394.01 mi.  
Wind Run Yearly (to date): 6564.03 mi.  
Rain Sentinel
Date of Last Measurable Rain: 4/26/14   
Monthly Rain (to date): in.  
Normal Monthly Rain (to date): 0.00 in.   
Total Rain (to date*): in.  
Normal Total Rain*: 12.82 in.   
Last Year's Total Rain*: 3.53 in.  
*Total Rain is based on the California Water Year,
  which runs from July 1 through June 30.
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Area Forecast Discussion
Expires:No;;538153
FXUS66 KSGX 252040
AFDSGX
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
140 PM PDT SAT OCT 25 2014
.SYNOPSIS...
A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE INLAND ACROSS THE 
WEST COAST THIS WEEKEND...BRINGING COOLER CONDITIONS AND SOME MID 
AND HEIGHT LEVEL CLOUDS TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AT TIMES AS WELL AS 
SOME GUSTY WEST WINDS TO THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS.  HIGH PRESSURE 
WILL THEN REBUILD OVER THE WEST...WITH DRY AND WARMER CONDITIONS 
DEVELOPING FOR THE WORK WEEK.  ANOTHER TROUGH MAY THEN MOVE INLAND 
ACROSS THE WEST COAST FOR NEXT WEEKEND.
&&
.DISCUSSION...FOR EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA INCLUDING ORANGE...
SAN DIEGO...WESTERN RIVERSIDE AND SOUTHWESTERN SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTIES...
WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE MOVING INLAND 
ACROSS THE WEST COAST THIS AFTERNOON...WITH THE UPPER LEVEL LOW 
MOVING INLAND ACROSS THE WASHINGTON COAST AND THE ASSOCIATED COLD 
FRONT EXTENDING SOUTHWARD ACROSS OREGON AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.  
ALTHOUGH THE COLD FRONT IS STILL NORTH OF POINT CONCEPTION AT THIS 
TIME...COOLER CONDITIONS ARE PREVAILING ACROSS THE SOUTHLAND...WITH 
TEMPERATURES ARE RUNNING 5 TO 10 DEGREES COOLER THAN THIS TIME 
YESTERDAY.  THE GRADIENTS ARE ALSO NOW ONSHORE...WITH SOME LOCALLY 
GUSTY WEST WINDS DEVELOPING THROUGH AND BELOW THE FAVORED PASSES AND 
CANYONS.  AT THIS POINT IN TIME...THE UPPER LEVEL SUPPORT LOOKS 
MARGINAL AT BEST...ONLY 30 KT...SO THINK ONLY THE FAVORED SPOTS WILL 
SEE GUSTS UP TO 45 MPH THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.  
THIS TROUGH WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE INLAND ACROSS THE WEST COAST THIS 
WEEKEND...WITH EVEN COOLER CONDITIONS DEVELOPING FOR SUNDAY.  THE 
LOCAL MODELS ARE SHOWING THE MARINE LAYER DEEPENING TO BETWEEN 3000 
AND 3500 FEET TONIGHT...BUT IT APPEARS THAT IT WILL BE SOMEWHAT 
DISORGANIZED.  FOR THIS REASON...THINK IT WILL BE HARD FOR DRIZZLE 
TO DEVELOP TONIGHT...AND HAVE REMOVED IT FROM THE FORECAST.  
OTHERWISE...JUST EXPECT THE GUSTY WEST WINDS TO CONTINUE ACROSS THE 
MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS AGAIN TOMORROW.  
AS THIS TROUGH SHIFTS EAST...HIGH PRESSURE WILL SLOWLY REBUILD ALONG 
THE WEST COAST FOR THE FIRST PART OF THE WORK WEEK.  AT THIS POINT 
IN TIME...THINK MONDAY WILL BE SIMILAR TO OR ONLY SLIGHTLY WARMER 
THAN SUNDAY...AS DRY NORTHWESTERLY FLOW CONTINUES TO PREVAIL.  
HOWEVER...HIGH PRESSURE WILL REBUILD FOR TUESDAY AND 
WEDNESDAY...WITH DRY AND WARMER CONDITIONS DEVELOPING.  THERE MAY 
EVENING BE SOME WEAK OFFSHORE WINDS ACROSS THE INLAND AREAS THESE 
DAYS...WITH SOME LOCALLY GUSTY CONDITIONS POSSIBLE IN THE FAVORED 
PASSES AND CANYONS.
THE EXTENDED MODELS ARE STILL IN AGREEMENT THAT ANOTHER TROUGH WILL 
TAKE AIM AT THE WEST COAST FOR FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND...WHICH MEANS 
THERE WAS AT LEAST SOME RUN TO RUN CONSISTENCY WITH THE LAST TWO 
RUNS.  HOWEVER...THERE IS NOW SOME DISAGREEMENT ON WHETHER OR NOT 
THIS TROUGH WILL DIG DEEP ENOUGH THAT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COULD GET 
SOME LIGHT SHOWERS.  FOR THIS REASON...WILL KEEP THE FORECAST DRY 
FOR NOW...AND CONTINUE TO MONITOR THESE TRENDS UNTIL CONFIDENCE IS 
HIGH ENOUGH ONE WAY OR ANOTHER.  HOWEVER...HAVE STARTED TO TREND THE 
FORECAST COOLER ONCE AGAIN...AND REINTRODUCED THE MARINE LAYER FOR 
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
&&
.AVIATION...
252028Z...COAST/VALLEYS...SCT CLOUDS AOA FL100...WITH ISOLATED 
PATCHES OF LOWER CLOUDS AROUND 1500 FT MSL ALONG THE COAST AND 
UNRESTRICTED VIS THROUGH 04Z. AFT 04Z THROUGH 08Z WIDESPREAD BKN-OVC 
CIGS DEVELOPING 1500-2000 FT MSL...WITH TOPS FROM 2000-2500 FT MSL 
SPREADING INLAND 25-30SM...WITH AREAS OF 3-5SM VIS IN BR/HZ AND 
LOCALLY LOWER INLAND WHERE THE STRATUS DECK INTERSECTS AND OBSCURES 
HIGHER TERRAIN. THE STRATUS LAYER EXPECTED TO BURN OFF 16Z-18Z SUN 
MORNING. LOW TO MODERATE CONFIDENCE FOR CIG ARRIVAL AND MODERATE 
CONFIDENCE FOR CIG HEIGHTS AT INDIVIDUAL TAF SITES.
MOUNTAINS/DESERTS...AREAS OF SCT CLOUDS AOA FL100 WITH UNRESTRICTED 
VIS THROUGH SUN. 
&&
.MARINE...
100 PM...NO HAZARDOUS MARINE WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH 
TUESDAY.
&&
.BEACHES...
100 PM...A NW SWELL...PEAKING AT ABOUT 9 FT IN THE OUTER WATERS WITH 
A 14 SECOND PERIOD...COMBINED WITH A 2 FT SOUTH SWELL AT 17 SECONDS 
WILL CREATE ABOVE NORMAL SURF OF 3-6 FEET...WITH LOCAL SETS OF 
AROUND 8 FEET ALONG EXPOSED WEST-NORTHWEST FACING BEACHES ON SUNDAY. 
HIGHEST SETS WILL BE NEAR HUNTINGTON BEACH AND EXPOSED WEST FACING 
BEACHES OF SOUTHERN SAN DIEGO COUNTY. A BEACH HAZARD STATEMENT FOR 
ELEVATED SURF AND A HIGH RISK OF RIP CURRENTS GOES INTO EFFECT 
SUNDAY MORNING.
&&
.SKYWARN... 
SKYWARN ACTIVATION WILL NOT BE NEEDED TODAY.
&&
.SGX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
CA...BEACH HAZARDS STATEMENT FROM SUNDAY MORNING THROUGH SUNDAY 
     EVENING FOR THE ORANGE COUNTY COASTAL AREAS...SAN DIEGO 
     COUNTY COASTAL AREAS.
PZ...NONE.
&&
$$
PUBLIC...PALMER
AVIATION/MARINE...JAD


Marine Observations
Expires:No;;535858
SXUS86 KSGX 251957
CGRSGX
COASTAL WEATHER OBSERVATIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
100 PM PDT SAT OCT 25 2014
ID   /WX VSB  / WIND   / WAVE / SEA/ AIR/ PRESS/ REMARKS   STATION 
6L9  PC07     / W08    / 0312 / 67 / 71 / 1018 / W SWL     HUNTINGTON BEACH
3L3  PC08     / W08    /      /    / 72 /      /           NEWPORT BEACH 
L10  C10      / W08    / 0215 / 71 / 69 / 1017 / W SWL     SAN CLEMENTE PIER
2L7  C10      / W06    / 0209 / 69 / 76 / 1017 / MX3       SOLANA BEACH
L58  C10      / W10    / 0208 / 70 / 70 / 1017 /           MISSION BEACH


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