Jul 152014
 
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Looking out 2 weeks, you might think so. Today is the last day in the current forecasts and outlooks when Northern Arizona can strongly expect rain. The winds are going to shift back to a southwesterly origin and bring dry air. Below are the 6-10 and 8-14 day outlooks. The Climate Prediction Center issues new 30 and 90-day outlooks on Thursday.

As a side note, it looks more and more like El Nino is going to fail before it is up and running. I get in to that detail later. However, this probably isn’t the driver behind our monsoon season.

6-10 day precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center. (14 July 2014)

6-10 day precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center. (14 July 2014)

8-14 day precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center. (14 July 2014)

8-14 day precipitation outlook from the Climate Prediction Center. (14 July 2014)

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