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 Posted: Fri Oct 23rd, 2020 03:51 pm
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As one of the first real cold fronts of the year makes its way through the western US over the next few days, it will finally bring an end to the elevated humidity levels of the summer season in San Carlos.


By Monday, daytime humidity levels will finally drop below the 60% threshold and the overnight levels will drop below 80%. The last couple nights have been upwards of 95%. Drip, drip........that's the sound of condensation off the air conditioner. And off your armpits.


A noticeable cooling trend will develop Monday, accompanied by what might be the first WNW wind episode of the "winter". It is a rather weak episode that should only carry through about Thursday.


At that point, temps will again rise to around 90F during the day. But the monsoon-season-like humidity appears to be over for the foreseeable future. Nighttime lows begin to finally reach the 60s F.


If you were wondering when to return to San Carlos, based on more comfortable weather (reduced heat and humidity), next week looks to be the first opportunity.


The SST (sea surface temperature) site I use is indicating that water temps are between 84-86. Can anyone confirm this via a temp gauge?


My weather station suffered a 90 day period of downtime this summer, probably from an interrupted land line signal from Telmex. But, based on other stations in town (my God, there are so few PWS now, compared to only 2-3 years ago!) this appears to have been the DRIEST summer season since at least 2008. Residents say this is the brownest October they can remember.


A new "season" is about to begin in San Carlos. I suspect it will be like no other. 

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Thanks Hook. Was wondering when this high humidity would get the heck out of dodge - it is thick today.

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I am showing 66 F this AM, though the RH is still 83%. That's not so bad.

Low 90s still predicted for today.

Some moderation is temp/RH levels will start occuring on Sunday.

Still wondering about water temps. I know it was a rather rough day on the water, yesterday.

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 Posted: Sun Oct 25th, 2020 04:59 pm
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Cold front now expected to drop the temps in San Carlos into the mid 70s F on Tuesday. Three mornings with lows in the 50s possible; Tu, We, Thur mornings.

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Thanks for the good news!

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 Posted: Mon Oct 26th, 2020 04:39 pm
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Wow, what a nice change this morning. I am so looking forward to being chilly (not cold, just chilly). It has been a very long hot summer and this is what I have been waiting for. The great part of SC summers is that they do end and let cooler weather arrive just in time. Hook, we love your reports. Keep it up.

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The temp is great, the wind is horrible.

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 Posted: Tue Oct 27th, 2020 11:45 pm
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Kiwi wrote: The temp is great, the wind is horrible.



I dont see anything registering over 5-7 knots.


Lemme guess;  you are either on the Caracol or maybe along Algodones Bay?


Now, yesterday was WINDY!!!!

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YOU NAILED THE FORECAST !

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 Posted: Wed Oct 28th, 2020 02:35 am
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Yup, in one of those places - From noon until 3PM we had 25-30 mph gusts. 
As Bullshippper said your forecast is right on - keep up the good work and Thank You























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