Monday, October 3, 2016
This morning in Huntington at 7:35AM it’s currently 54 degrees under low overcast skies. Winds are calm. Relative humidity is 98%, dewpoint 54, barometric pressure 29.98” and rising. Yesterday’s high was 60, and the overnight low was 50.
The weakening low pressure system that’s been dominating our weather for the past several days will provide one more day of cloudy skies and cool temperatures again today with areas of drizzle and light rain showers. High pressure will build in Tuesday bringing mainly sunny skies through the rest of the week with temperatures warming to above seasonal levels with highs the upper 60s to mid 70s.
We’ll see cloudy skies today with a 20% of drizzle this morning, then a slight chance of showers and drizzle this afternoon. Highs will be around 60 with light and variable winds. Tonight should be mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of showers. Lows will be in the lower 50s with light and variable winds, becoming southeasterly around 10 mph after midnight.
Tuesday should start out mostly cloudy in the morning, then become partly sunny with highs in the mid 60s and south winds around 10 mph in the morning, becoming light and variable. Tuesday night should be mostly clear with lows in the upper 40s and light and variable winds.
Wednesday’s looking sunny with highs in the upper 60s and light and variable winds. Wednesday night should be clear with lows in the upper 40s.
Last year on this date we had a high of 59 and a low of 37.
Burlington averages for this date are highs of 63 and lows of 44.
The record high was 82°F in 1891.
The record low was 28°F in 1911.
Sunrise: 6:52 AM EDT
Sunset: 6:28 PM EDT
Length of Visible Light: 12h 33m
Length of Day: 11h 35m
Tomorrow will be 3m1s shorter.
The Moon is a waxing crescent, 2 days old with 5% illumination.
Moonrise: 9:13 AM EDT
Moonset: 8:04 PM EDT
About Today’s Photo:
As we wind further into fall, the pollinators are still at work on the final blooms of the season. We have some sedum in our ornamental garden which is still beckoning the bees with its nector.
Panasonic GX8, Olympus 60mm macro, ISO 1600, f/8, 1/320″ exposure.