Aug 162012
 

This morning the Climate Prediction Center released new one and three-month outlooks. The precipitation outlooks continue to forecast wetter than average conditions. The three-month outlook barely includes the Flagstaff area, but October and November are not typically wet for us.

I am sorry I haven’t been posting more regularly. I continue to have issues with my weather station software. I have repeatedly sought help from the manufacturers recommended resources, but the answers have been very slow in coming. I will probably need to switch once again to a different software platform. This will need a new website design. Until I can work out these issues, I will reduce my blogging time. The current issue is that I get my monthly rainfall added into my daily rainfall, everyday. Hopefully, the most recent recommendations will fix this issue.

For the next few days, we should see storms and precipitation amounts ramp up.

Latest 1 Month Precipitation Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.

Latest 1-Month Precipitation Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.

Latest 3 Month Day Precipitation Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center

Latest 3-Month Day Precipitation Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center

Stu

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