Weather – Agri Turismo Denderacchi http://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/ Mon, 11 Oct 2021 18:08:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/cropped-agriturismo-32x32.png Weather – Agri Turismo Denderacchi http://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/ 32 32 Two storms hit Colorado this week, second biggest deal for metro area – CBS Denver https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/two-storms-hit-colorado-this-week-second-biggest-deal-for-metro-area-cbs-denver/ Mon, 11 Oct 2021 17:55:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/two-storms-hit-colorado-this-week-second-biggest-deal-for-metro-area-cbs-denver/ DENVER (CBS4) – The first of two storm systems that will affect Colorado this week arrives late Monday night through Tuesday morning. Snow will spread over the mountains, but Denver and the Front Range will remain mostly dry. Snow from the initial storm will hit the mountains after midnight Monday night and snow is expected […]]]>
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UNMATCHED WEATHER SPREAD BEGINS TODAY https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/unmatched-weather-spread-begins-today/ Sun, 10 Oct 2021 11:33:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/unmatched-weather-spread-begins-today/ A few showers and / or thunderstorms will be possible today. Widespread severe weather is unlikely, but a strong isolated storm could produce hail and gusts of wind in addition to heavy rain and lightning. Temperatures this afternoon will be well into the 70’s and it will be humid. Scattered showers will also pass through […]]]>

A few showers and / or thunderstorms will be possible today. Widespread severe weather is unlikely, but a strong isolated storm could produce hail and gusts of wind in addition to heavy rain and lightning. Temperatures this afternoon will be well into the 70’s and it will be humid. Scattered showers will also pass through the region this evening.

Other storms are possible to start the work week. Tomorrow, especially in the late afternoon / evening, scattered showers and thunderstorms will move through the area. Hail, gusts of wind and heavy downpours would be the problems for all strong cells. Coverage should be fairly limited over any heavy activity, but a strong isolated storm cannot be ruled out in Fox Valley or Lakeshore. The highs will be in the lower 70s and it will be wet.

Finally, a strong system in the Dakotas is expected to push a cold front into our area by late Wednesday or early Thursday. More showers and thunderstorms are possible with this feature. It is too early to tell if any of them will stay on the strong side before entering our region.

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WINDS AND WAVES:

** NOTICE TO SMALL BOATS SUNDAY **

TODAY: S 15-25 G30 KTS WAVES: 3-7 ′

MONDAY: S 10-15 KTS WAVES: 2-3 ′

TODAY: Variable cloudy. Risk of showers and thunderstorms. Strangely hot and windy. HIGH: 76

TONIGHT: Scattered showers. Stay gentle. LOW: 62

MONDAY: Areas of rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening. A few strong thunderstorms possible SOUTH & EAST. UP: 72 DOWN: 59

TUESDAY: Persistent morning showers. Clouds with a little sun developing. UP: 69 DOWN: 54

WEDNESDAY: Increasing clouds. Rain or thunderstorm at the end of the day and in the evening possible. UP: 68 DOWN: 55

THURSDAY: Morning showers are possible. Rather cloudy in the afternoon. UP: 68 DOWN: 47

FRIDAY: Clouds & sun. Chance of showers. Fresher and more seasonal. UP: 62 DOWN: 43

SATURDAY: A mix of sun and clouds. Sensation of falling. HIGH: 59

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The heat dominates the weekend weather https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/the-heat-dominates-the-weekend-weather/ Sat, 09 Oct 2021 03:19:44 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/the-heat-dominates-the-weekend-weather/ Posted: Oct 8, 2021 / 11:19 PM EDT / Update: Oct 8, 2021 / 11:19 PM EDT CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – While a few really heavy showers dominated the weather headlines on Friday night across the Tri-State, the weekend headline is the Heat! Our average high temperature this time of year is around 70 degrees, […]]]>

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CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – While a few really heavy showers dominated the weather headlines on Friday night across the Tri-State, the weekend headline is the Heat!

Our average high temperature this time of year is around 70 degrees, but we will be around ten degrees above this Saturday and even more above Sunday!

Our Sunday all-time high is 89 degrees – we won’t be that hot, but we will only be a few degrees away from that, with highs likely in the mid-80s across the region!

We have seen hot days like this in October quite recently, with a high temperature of 94 degrees on October 3, 2019! It’s a record for this day.

Looking ahead, we still have seven days of 80 degree weather before a BIG change takes place next weekend. Next weekend’s highs could be similar to our lows this week.

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Rain is on the way – NBC 7 San Diego https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/rain-is-on-the-way-nbc-7-san-diego/ Thu, 07 Oct 2021 15:32:08 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/rain-is-on-the-way-nbc-7-san-diego/ The start of October was cool in San Diego County and the trend will continue Thursday and Friday with cloudy skies and some rain. Here’s what you can expect from our weather over the next few days and heading into your weekend. NBC 7 meteorologist Sheena Parveen said Thursday clouds would move across San Diego […]]]>

The start of October was cool in San Diego County and the trend will continue Thursday and Friday with cloudy skies and some rain. Here’s what you can expect from our weather over the next few days and heading into your weekend.

NBC 7 meteorologist Sheena Parveen said Thursday clouds would move across San Diego County as a new weather system takes shape. It will come with cool temperatures and maybe even a little drizzle.

“It’s going to look a lot more like fall today,” she said.

By Friday, overland flow will bring light to moderate rains across the county. It’ll also be the coolest day of the week (but, really, isn’t it the coolest every Friday?).

The San Diego National Weather Service said precipitation forecast for Thursday night and Friday is between a quarter and a half inch of rain, with local amounts of more than 1 inch possible in the mountains.

However, Parveen said that weather system wouldn’t be as punchy as the thunderstorms and lightning that San Diego County experienced earlier this week.

“It doesn’t look like a big storm threat like we had a few days ago,” Parveen said.

NBC 7’s Melissa Adan looks back on Monday Night’s Crazy Lightning

Friday afternoon it will be much drier across the county. The weekend will also be dry.

Parveen said Saturday would be cool with high temperatures of around 70 degrees on the coast and 72 degrees inland. On Sunday, it will warm up to the upper 70s on the coast and the mid-80s inland.

On Monday, however, another cooldown is looming on the horizon.

Parveen said temperatures will be mild Monday and Tuesday, even cooler and a bit windy too.

So this fall sweater is going to really shine.

For the latest weather updates in San Diego County, follow NBC 7’s early warning predictions here.

Brian James evening predictions for October 6, 2021

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How Minnesota’s Early Fall ‘Micro-Season’ Creates Picture-Perfect Weather – WCCO https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/how-minnesotas-early-fall-micro-season-creates-picture-perfect-weather-wcco/ Thu, 07 Oct 2021 03:43:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/how-minnesotas-early-fall-micro-season-creates-picture-perfect-weather-wcco/ MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – It is a time of year when there is often little or no significant humidity, no strong winds and no rain to destroy our plans. Some might just call it fall, but it’s something more specific than the third season of the year. “Moved from California thinking spring would be my favorite […]]]>

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – It is a time of year when there is often little or no significant humidity, no strong winds and no rain to destroy our plans. Some might just call it fall, but it’s something more specific than the third season of the year.

“Moved from California thinking spring would be my favorite time of year and no, I love fall,” Chris Streiff Oji said as she strolled around White Bear Lake with her husband.

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Her sentiment is hard to dispute as people seize the last moments of summer at the start of fall.

“If we could have it like this all year round, that would be great,” she said.

Unfortunately for her, these awesome conditions last barely two weeks, and they are happening right now. Dr. Kenneth Blumenfeld, senior climatologist at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MDNR), described this time of year as a micro-season.

(credit: CBS)

“It’s part of what makes the fall so spectacular,” said Blumenfeld. “And that is to have clear skies, good weather and generally nice and pleasant conditions in late September and early October.”

MDNR tracks which time of year has, on average, the highest probability of clear skies. The peak is the current pocket of early fall, six times more likely than June. The most marked peak in probability occurs specifically between September 27 and October 3. The end of January comes in second, but clear skies at this time of year often indicate a cold, subzero day.

“Air pressure tends to be a bit higher this time of year,” he said. “This means that the air pushes more down on the earth and it prevents the formation of clouds.”

READ MORE: Health leaders encourage regular COVID testing to prevent sudden falls

The micro-season is felt by people living in the Upper Midwest, from Canada to Missouri. Scientists at the University of Minnesota discovered the weather pattern in the 1970s. And while cloudy, rainy, and cool days can occur during this brief period, the trend has continued over the decades. Dr Blumenfeld said the chance of clear skies is only around 15%, but that’s higher than at any other time of year.

“I think it’s definitely something that people maybe subconsciously notice,” he said.

(credit: MN DNR)

While the percentage is low, it might be enough to convince people to plan some outdoor projects in early fall in the hopes of getting a perfect day.

“But you had better have a Plan B because if you don’t get that spectacular weather, which is more common now than at any other time of the year, you might get something that you will remember. a different way, ”he said.

Another unique weather trend during this same stretch is a wider range of high and low temperatures each day. The range generally peaks in summer, before decreasing as winter approaches. But in late September and early October, the clear skies allow for cooler nights and warmer days. According to the MDNR, the average daily temperature range is 11.6 degrees from September 20 to 28. It jumps 20.8 degrees from September 29 to October 4.

“We are entering a pattern where we are starting to lose moisture. All the vegetation starts to dry out and this tends to stop the rainy season. And so the air dries up a bit. It makes it easier to change the temperature, ”said Blumenfeld.

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What will it take to end this wonderful period of time? Typically, humidity returns when the temperature drops later in October. Clouds form more often, creating a dark chill that will cause people to search for sweatshirts and blankets as they head for a fall bonfire.

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Perfect weather for the Home Run? Maybe not! https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/perfect-weather-for-the-home-run-maybe-not/ Wed, 06 Oct 2021 15:33:10 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/perfect-weather-for-the-home-run-maybe-not/ I know what you think of the opening of the Astros division tomorrow: how could they NOT open the roof? The incredible weather we had this week with clear calm skies and lower humidity would seem ideal for a baseball game. In fact, it is quite ideal for fans. After all, with the low humidity, […]]]>

I know what you think of the opening of the Astros division tomorrow: how could they NOT open the roof? The incredible weather we had this week with clear calm skies and lower humidity would seem ideal for a baseball game.

In fact, it is quite ideal for fans. After all, with the low humidity, we all feel lighter and better – the fresh air makes us feel fresh. But low humidity isn’t the perfect environment to hit a home run! Why? This dry air causes more on baseball than humid air.

It’s certainly counterintuitive – after all, humid air seems to drag us along! Our hair is dragging, our run in the park is dragging, the dog is dragging. We all seem to slow down a bit, so wouldn’t humid air slow baseball down? After all, doesn’t baseball have to go through that damp air to reach the fence for a home run?

Basic science is really quite easy to understand. Air has weight. If we call it “molecular mass,” everyone has eleventh-grade chemistry flashbacks and panics. So let’s go with the weight. Our air is largely composed of nitrogen (N) and oxygen (O) with some hydrogen (H), argon and other gases.

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Courtesy of https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/molecular-mass-air-d_679.html

Without getting into the weeds of grams per mole, suffice to say that oxygen has a weight of 16 and nitrogen has a weight of 14 and in our air they are “diatomic” or come in pairs: O2 and N2 which means that O2 weighs 32 while N2 weighs 28. Why is this important? It is the weight of dry air. To dry. It’s heavy.

You know the formula of water: H20 – Two hydrogens and one oxygen. Two hydrogens weigh only 2 and with a single oxygen weighs 16, so the weight of the water molecule is only 2 + 16 = 18. This 18 is much less than the weight of O2′s 32 or N2′s 28. Moist air weighs less than dry air.

What does this have to do with a baseball? Fairly simple – the ball travels through air and if the air is dry, it should travel in heavier air. Baseballs go further in moist, lighter air!

Take a look at this graphic from Exploratorium.edu showing a Homer being hit at a 45 degree angle. They considered a temperature of 70 ° and a standard pressure at sea level (which would correspond to Houston). A 161 mph bullet goes FURTHER in hot, humid weather:

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courtesy of Exploratorium.edu https://www.exploratorium.edu/baseball/features/how-far-can-you-hit-one.html

Since the Minute Maid Park field fence is exactly 409 feet from home plate, a baseball homerun might not get there in a cold, dry atmosphere! Hot and humid means more circuits !! So the question becomes, roof open tomorrow? The temperatures of 3pm will be 87 ° with a dew point of 61 ° which corresponds to a hot and dry atmosphere. So I think I’ll just leave the air conditioning on, shut the roof and hope Altuve finds the right place!

Go Astros!

Franc

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In AJ Dillon, the Packers not only have a “Green Bay back in cold weather”, but also a “really lively” player | Professional football https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/in-aj-dillon-the-packers-not-only-have-a-green-bay-back-in-cold-weather-but-also-a-really-lively-player-professional-football/ Wed, 06 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/in-aj-dillon-the-packers-not-only-have-a-green-bay-back-in-cold-weather-but-also-a-really-lively-player-professional-football/ The Packers’ AJ Dillon runs during the first half of Sunday’s victory over the Steelers at Lambeau Field. He gained 81 yards on 15 carries. MATT LUDTKE, ASSOCIATE PRESS JASON WILDE For the State Journal GREEN BAY – Shortly after the Green Bay Packers picked AJ Dillon in the second round of the 2020 NFL […]]]>





The Packers’ AJ Dillon runs during the first half of Sunday’s victory over the Steelers at Lambeau Field. He gained 81 yards on 15 carries.


MATT LUDTKE, ASSOCIATE PRESS


JASON WILDE For the State Journal

GREEN BAY – Shortly after the Green Bay Packers picked AJ Dillon in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, Brian White made a prediction.

White, the former University of Wisconsin offensive coordinator and running backs coach, knew Dillon well after coaching him at Boston College, and White also knew a thing or two about Wisconsin winters – and how well he is nasty for defenders to tackle big backs like the 6ft, 247lb Dillon.

And so, having also coached 1999 Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne – and seen the phenomenon happen to future Big Ten tackles – White believed opponents would be reluctant to take Dillon head-on.

“The strength of his lower body is ridiculous – its power, its ability to change direction at this height,” White explained. “I mean, he’s a guy at 5% body fat at 247 pounds – it’s just that he’s rare.

“The starting angles for tackling are different, where they’re going to hit you are different, they start high and end up going towards the ankles, and therefore they miss a lot of tackles. It’s not much fun when it’s really cold to face an explosive 247 and 250 pound athlete in cold weather. I don’t think that’s on a lot of people’s hit lists to do in December and January.

Turns out it’s not much fun to do on a dreary October afternoon at 67 degrees at Lambeau Field either.

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Boston Red Sox Yankees – NBC Boston game weather forecast https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/boston-red-sox-yankees-nbc-boston-game-weather-forecast/ Tue, 05 Oct 2021 11:54:55 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/boston-red-sox-yankees-nbc-boston-game-weather-forecast/ We finally shake off the rain. But not after some spots have picked up more than two inches (on Cape Cod) and more than a generous inch in others. The last rainy weather will dry up until this morning, with the clouds remaining in the afternoon (I never said anything about the sun). This keeps […]]]>

We finally shake off the rain. But not after some spots have picked up more than two inches (on Cape Cod) and more than a generous inch in others.

The last rainy weather will dry up until this morning, with the clouds remaining in the afternoon (I never said anything about the sun). This keeps us stuck in the low 60s for high temperatures as the winds slowly shift from northeast to north.

It’s a raw, cold night in Fenway for the game, but at least it’s not drenched. And that seems to be the theme for the rest of the week.

The sun will come back tomorrow, and with a mass of air not really cold at all, we will be able to make the 70s far from the coast. Why is the coast the exception, you ask? It’s the return of the sea breeze, which keeps us humbled in the 60s for the rest of the week.

The big story is the end of the week, with a huge high pressure bubble rolling down from New Brunswick and Maine. You could almost say that his arrival is both a blessing and a curse. The peak will hold back any rain that comes in for the weekend, but it promises to bring our temperatures down to unusually cool levels for the season.

We’ll only deal with the 50s above and below 60s for highs, and overnight we’ll fall back to the 30s and 40s. We’ll probably moderate by Marathon Monday (oddly typing that in early October), and I hope the dry force field will continue to hold.


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Weather 10-4-21 – NCWLIFE https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/weather-10-4-21-ncwlife/ Mon, 04 Oct 2021 17:01:45 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/weather-10-4-21-ncwlife/ A broad southwest flow will continue as a low pressure trough moves along the Canadian coast and toward the Pacific Northwest. The main impact over the next 2 days will be the passage of periods of medium and high humidity. There will be enough cloud breaks to keep central and eastern Washington above normal in […]]]>

A broad southwest flow will continue as a low pressure trough moves along the Canadian coast and toward the Pacific Northwest. The main impact over the next 2 days will be the passage of periods of medium and high humidity. There will be enough cloud breaks to keep central and eastern Washington above normal in temperature for the next two days. The weather forecast for north-central Washington today calls for mostly cloudy and mild skies with highs this afternoon around 70 degrees. Mainly cloudy for Tuesday also with highs again around 70 degrees. This is probably the last 70 degree days that we will see this year. Also expect increased southwest winds on Tuesday afternoon with gusts of 15 to 25 mph in the Okanogan Valley, Columbia Basin and the Waterville Plateau.

An elevation trough and associated cold front will continue to cross the region on Wednesday. Precipitation will be light, showers and confined to the Cascades and mountains of northeast Washington. The rest of the region will remain dry with overcast skies and blustery southwest winds with the frontal passage. The most notable feature of this front will be the dramatic change in temperatures on Wednesday. Afternoon highs will cool from 10 to 20 with extended forecasts projecting PNW to below average temperatures over the next 14 days. Partly cloudy skies for Wednesday and much cooler with afternoon highs in the lower 60s.

Cool and unstable weather will continue for the remainder of the week and into the weekend as the upper level trough digs along the west coast.

Thursday and Friday will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny and cool with highs in the lower 60s.

A robust weather system moves later on Saturday, accompanied by stronger upper-level dynamics and better humidity to move southeast through the region. There is growing confidence in widespread precipitation and windy to gusty winds with this system. Snow levels above the Cascades will drop below 5,000 feet during the day Sunday and to less than 3,000 feet Sunday evening. Weather for Saturday, growing clouds and cool with high afternoon temperatures in the mid-60s. On Sunday the precipitation moves, bringing 40% chance of rain and cool temperatures with highs of around 60 degrees.


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More sun, warmer weather to start the week https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/more-sun-warmer-weather-to-start-the-week/ Sun, 03 Oct 2021 20:19:00 +0000 https://agriturismo-denderacchi.com/more-sun-warmer-weather-to-start-the-week/ LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – After a REALLY nice end of the weekend, more pleasant weather should start the work week on Monday as the sun and mild weather make headlines for Monday and much of the week ahead. We would like to see a chance of rain, as again most of the state is under […]]]>

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – After a REALLY nice end of the weekend, more pleasant weather should start the work week on Monday as the sun and mild weather make headlines for Monday and much of the week ahead. We would like to see a chance of rain, as again most of the state is under some sort of drought, but it doesn’t look like a significant chance of rain is in the cards until next weekend.

Until Sunday evening, the skies are expected to remain mostly clear across the state. With clear skies and light winds, temperatures are expected to cool quickly this evening. Overnight a generally clear sky is expected with a few clouds passing over eastern Nebraska. With clear skies and light winds, we should see overnight lows in the upper 30s to upper 40s from west to east. On Monday we should be looking at lots of blue skies again throughout the day with a cloud passing here and there.

Generally clear skies are expected Sunday evening with more sunshine expected throughout Monday.(COLUMN)

As mentioned, the overnight lows through Monday morning appear to be quite seasonal for early October. Temperatures will be coolest in the west, where morning lows are expected to dip into the upper 30 degrees. For the rest of the state, we should see lows in the mid 1940s near 50 °.

Look for morning lows in the 30s to 40s for most of the state on Monday.
Look for morning lows in the 30s to 40s for most of the state on Monday.(COLUMN)

Temperatures in the afternoon are expected to be fairly similar to those on Sunday, with highs in the 70s above 80s statewide. Those numbers are a few degrees above average with normal high temperatures for tomorrow into the 70s for most of the state. It will be another very enjoyable day to get out if you can, as the winds need to be kept light and variable throughout the state with low dew points, comfortable temperatures and lots of sunshine.

Temperatures will remain above average by Monday afternoon with highs in the 70s above 80.(COLUMN)

The extended forecast will keep temperatures above average for the remainder of the week and into the weekend. High temperatures for Lincoln and eastern Nebraska appear to be in the mid to high 70s through Thursday before a high pressure peak helps send temperatures into the lower and mid 80s for Friday and Saturday. A cold front seems to arrive from Saturday to Sunday, which will cool temperatures until the mid-1970s with some scattered showers possible in the region on Saturday evening and Sunday during the day.

Mainly sunny and dry weather is expected for much of the coming week with the risk of rain likely ...
Mainly sunny and dry weather is expected for much of the coming week, with the chances of rain likely continuing until next weekend.(COLUMN)

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