Where in the U.S. are folks experiencing the same, dull weather, day after day? How dull can it get?
You won't find coverage of this topic on CNN or your local news channel, but this blog pushes the envelope on such important matters.
The first stop in our boring weather tour will be Los Angeles, where the high temperature of the PAST SEVEN DAYS has been either 70 or 71F! And the peak winds have have hardly varied in speed and direction. Dullsville.
Or San Diego the last week. A real snooze, with highs of 72 or 73F each day, no rain, no nothing.
But if there was an Olympics of weather boredom, we need to look closer to home, where the gold medal of weather uneventfulness goes to North Bend, Oregon, where the average temperatures over the PAST MONTH have ranged from 58 to 62F, and the max temps from 63-68F.
This is pretty bad....but surely the forecast suggests some excitement for the good folks of North Bend! Here is the latest prediction from the Weather Channel. Yikes! The highs range from 62 to 66, partly cloudy every day, with a 10-20% chance of drizzle!
You ask why is the weather so BORING over the West Coast during summer?
The answer is clear...we have a cool Pacific Ocean offshore that doesn't change temperature much. Onshore flow of marine air at low levels. The jet stream and weather disturbances are far to the north. High pressure offshore and few thunderstorms. A deadly period of meteorologists...
|Boring satellite image...some low clouds over western WA (surprise!) and along the central and southern CA coast (another big surprise). Sunny in eastern WA and the interior of CA (more surprises). Low clouds offshore.|