Sonrisa Weather for Saildocs
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
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Tuesday, July 27, 2016

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Looking down into the Sea this morning first over in Sonora where there was not as much thunderbumper activity as the past several days.Around 10 Oíclock last night a cell started building over Hermosillo and by around 1am has started to encroach into the sea.By 2am clouds from this cell were spread on from Los Mochas to Puerto Panesco.By 3am the cell has started to retreat and by 5am was back over Hermosillo growing again and reaching the Fence in the extreme SE corner of Arizona.By 6am the northern sea had started to clear.†† By 7am there were some remnant straggles here and there but the sea looks to be clearing this morning.
In our tropical kitchen this morning we have hurricane Georgette. She continues to weaken at a fast pace this morning and is expected to become a post tropical low in around 48 hours.
Tropical storm Frank is expected to increase slightly but not enough to grain himicane status.He has about 72 more hours in his life cycle.
Remember old Darby?He was a cat 2 storm that moved out of the Eastern Pacific basin and into the western pacific on the 21st but kept on moving toward Hawaii as a tropical storm.
On Sunday it made the closest approach on record by a tropical storm to the island of Oahu resulted in torrential rains in excess of ten inches there as Tropical Storm Darby passed just 40 miles to the south and west of Honolulu, with sustained winds of 40 mph. No other named storm on record has passed that close to Honolulu or Oahu since accurate records began in 1949.

Tropical waves:One just left the African continent, two are in transit mid Atlantic, one moving through the Caribbean this and one has emerged from Central America and is now west of Acapulco this morning.
Thatís what is going on in our hood.Looking now north to the west coast of America where the Great northwest will have sunny days with temperatures well above normal. Temperatures will cool over the weekend as an upper level trough moves into the area. The cooler weather will continue into next week with another trough moving into the area.
In northern California Daytime highs will remain well above normal through Friday with little relief overnight. Cooler this weekend with isolated
Thunderbumpers possible over the higher Sierras. Sacramentowill hit 104 this afternoon.
In southern California hot and dry weather will continue through Thursday. Slightly cooler over the weekend as monsoonal moisture from the southeast brings more clouds and a chance of showers and
thunderstorms, mainly in the mountains and deserts. The cooler conditions should persist into next week as a weak trough develops along the West Coast.
Looking now over to the desert southwest where adequate moisture will provide scattered mainly afternoon and evening thunderstorms into this weekend. Perhaps some decrease in coverage will occur around Thursday. Expect hotter than average daytime temperatures through Thursday. Last night and early this morning there were several fairly large cells the crossed the Fence around Nogales and moved north into the Sierra Vista and Tucson areas. At this time the cells have retreated but left residual clouds over that area that appear to be clearing rapidly.
Thatís what is gong on to the north of us.Back on this side of the Fence most locations in the central and southern sea will see temperatures in the mid to high 90s into the weekend.
Wind-wise here are the wind details for the 3-day forecast period.
The northern sea:Sonoran side:SE winds in the mid teens for the 3-day forecast period.
The northern sea, Baja side:light SW today and tomorrow and light SE on Friday.
The Guaymas area of the central sea the mid teens from the SW today and tomorrow and around 20 on Friday from the SE.
The Baja side of the central sea: the low teens from the NE today and tomorrow and the high teens from the SE on Friday.
Puerto Escondido:light SE today and tomorrow and around 16 from the SE on Friday.
The southern sea La Paz:light NE today and tomorrow and around 25 from the SW on Friday.
The San Lorenzo channel and the nearby islands. the low teens from the SE today and tomorrow and around 18 from the SE on Friday.
The East Cape:the low teens from the SE today and tomorrow and light SE on Friday.
†† The Mexican Riviera: Mazatlan>:the low teens from the SW today and tomorrow and the mid teens from the SE on Friday.
Puerto Vallarta to Cabo Corrienties light SW for the 3-day forecast period.
South of Cabo Corrienties:mostly the mid teens from the SW for the 3-day forecast period.
73s Y'all


   
Sonrisa Weather for Saildocs
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
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Voice to Text

Tuesday, July 27, 2016

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Looking down into the Sea this morning first over in Sonora where there was not as much thunderbumper activity as the past several days.Around 10 Oíclock last night a cell started building over Hermosillo and by around 1am has started to encroach into the sea.By 2am clouds from this cell were spread on from Los Mochas to Puerto Panesco.By 3am the cell has started to retreat and by 5am was back over Hermosillo growing again and reaching the Fence in the extreme SE corner of Arizona.By 6am the northern sea had started to clear.†† By 7am there were some remnant straggles here and there but the sea looks to be clearing this morning.
In our tropical kitchen this morning we have hurricane Georgette. She continues to weaken at a fast pace this morning and is expected to become a post tropical low in around 48 hours.
Tropical storm Frank is expected to increase slightly but not enough to grain himicane status.He has about 72 more hours in his life cycle.
Remember old Darby?He was a cat 2 storm that moved out of the Eastern Pacific basin and into the western pacific on the 21st but kept on moving toward Hawaii as a tropical storm.
On Sunday it made the closest approach on record by a tropical storm to the island of Oahu resulted in torrential rains in excess of ten inches there as Tropical Storm Darby passed just 40 miles to the south and west of Honolulu, with sustained winds of 40 mph. No other named storm on record has passed that close to Honolulu or Oahu since accurate records began in 1949.

Tropical waves:One just left the African continent, two are in transit mid Atlantic, one moving through the Caribbean this and one has emerged from Central America and is now west of Acapulco this morning.
Thatís what is going on in our hood.Looking now north to the west coast of America where the Great northwest will have sunny days with temperatures well above normal. Temperatures will cool over the weekend as an upper level trough moves into the area. The cooler weather will continue into next week with another trough moving into the area.
In northern California Daytime highs will remain well above normal through Friday with little relief overnight. Cooler this weekend with isolated
Thunderbumpers possible over the higher Sierras. Sacramentowill hit 104 this afternoon.
In southern California hot and dry weather will continue through Thursday. Slightly cooler over the weekend as monsoonal moisture from the southeast brings more clouds and a chance of showers and
thunderstorms, mainly in the mountains and deserts. The cooler conditions should persist into next week as a weak trough develops along the West Coast.
Looking now over to the desert southwest where adequate moisture will provide scattered mainly afternoon and evening thunderstorms into this weekend. Perhaps some decrease in coverage will occur around Thursday. Expect hotter than average daytime temperatures through Thursday. Last night and early this morning there were several fairly large cells the crossed the Fence around Nogales and moved north into the Sierra Vista and Tucson areas. At this time the cells have retreated but left residual clouds over that area that appear to be clearing rapidly.
Thatís what is gong on to the north of us.Back on this side of the Fence most locations in the central and southern sea will see temperatures in the mid to high 90s into the weekend.
Wind-wise here are the wind details for the 3-day forecast period.
The northern sea:Sonoran side:SE winds in the mid teens for the 3-day forecast period.
The northern sea, Baja side:light SW today and tomorrow and light SE on Friday.
The Guaymas area of the central sea the mid teens from the SW today and tomorrow and around 20 on Friday from the SE.
The Baja side of the central sea: the low teens from the NE today and tomorrow and the high teens from the SE on Friday.
Puerto Escondido:light SE today and tomorrow and around 16 from the SE on Friday.
The southern sea La Paz:light NE today and tomorrow and around 25 from the SW on Friday.
The San Lorenzo channel and the nearby islands. the low teens from the SE today and tomorrow and around 18 from the SE on Friday.
The East Cape:the low teens from the SE today and tomorrow and light SE on Friday.
†† The Mexican Riviera: Mazatlan>:the low teens from the SW today and tomorrow and the mid teens from the SE on Friday.
Puerto Vallarta to Cabo Corrienties light SW for the 3-day forecast period.
South of Cabo Corrienties:mostly the mid teens from the SW for the 3-day forecast period.
73s Y'all


   
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