Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Inauguration Weather Update: Cool, Dry for Pre-Inauguration Week

As was the case yesterday, the Washington, DC region remains on the edge of an area of 40%+ probability of cooler than average temperatures for the extended range. That 8-14 day range now ends on Inauguration Day, January 20.

The probability is also 40%+ for below-average readings in the precipitation department.

Today's temperatures (final):
High 41
Low 32
Departure from average: +2
Month to date: +1.2

Click here for all Inauguration Weather posts.

Images (click to enlarge): 8-14 day temperature and precipitation forecasts from Climate Prediction Center/National Weather Service/NOAA; CapitalClimate chart of January 2009 observed and forecast daily temperatures from NWS data, background image © Kevin Ambrose

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