Feb 202012
 
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It looks like my weather station stayed up and running through the weekend. That is the first time since last summer. Hopefully, it continues.

It looks like we had our last bit of snow for a while. Looking out to March 4, 2012, Arizona will be dry according to this morning’s GFS model run. The GFS outlook to March 4, 2012 has precipitation staying away from Arizona.

NCEP GFS model for total precipitation through March 4, 2012.

NCEP GFS model for total precipitation through March 4, 2012.

During this time, there isn’t even a near-miss. Temperatures should stay pretty close to normal, but there could be cold and warm swings as we have seen for most of February. This morning we are in single digits.

8 day average temperature anomaly - Dr. Ryan Maue at Policlimate.com

8 day average temperature anomaly - Dr. Ryan Maue at Policlimate.com

Later today, we will see how the Climate Prediction Center’s 6-10 and 8-14 day outlooks match these.

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