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Current Conditions in Irvine, CA
Updated 10:25am, 9/16/14
Sky Temperature Wind 


Visibility: 10 mi.

88°F


Rate: °/hr.
24-hour Change: °



Max. Wind: 3 mph
High Temperature: 88°F (10:25am)
Low Temperature: 72°F (6:53am)
Humidity:
Hi & Lo:

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Rainfall:

Pressure:

24-hour Change:
29.77 in. 

Density Altitude: 2121 ft.
Pressure Altitude: 215 ft.
Vapor Pressure: 0.68 in.

Coastal Orange County 5-Day Forecast

                    Comprehensive Area Forecast Discussion                     Warning Date: 9:39 am PDT on September 16, 2014
Warning Description: Heat Advisory
is forecast to be normal.

Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Forecast Forecast Forecast Forecast Forecast
Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy Partly Cloudy
95° 95° 81° 81° 82°
75° 72° 70° 68° 70°

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Records and Normals

 
Temperature Yesterday Forecast Normal Record¹
High 96° 95° 76° 100°
(1909)
Low 71° 75° 65° 51°
(1884)

Station Location and Elevation
Rancho San Joaquin, Irvine, CA
Latitude: 33.66289, Longitude: -117.83017
Elevation: 72 Feet


Station Temperature and Wind Extremes
This Month's High Temp: 96°F (9/15/14)
This Month's Low Temp: 63°F (9/10/14)
This Month's Peak Wind Gust: mph (9/4/14)

This Year's High Temp: 101°F (5/14/14)
This Year's Low Temp: 40°F (2/1/14)
This Year's Peak Wind Gust: mph (1/14/14)

Record High Temp²: 104°F (9/27/10)
Record Low Temp²: 31°F (1/14/07)
Record Wind Gust²: 47 mph (1/16/08)


¹Official record for KSNA Since 1/1/1999
²Record for Irvineweather.net Since 3/1/2004

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High Mon: 117°F at Death Valley, CA Low Mon: 24°F at Snake River Ranger Station, WY

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51% Illuminated
Sunset: 
6:58pm
Moonset:  
2:12pm
Heating °Days (today): 0   
Monthly Heating °Days (to date): 0   
Yearly Heating °Days (to date): 832   
Cooling °Days (today): 5   
Monthly Cooling °Days (to date): 172   
Yearly Cooling °Days (to date): 1117   
Wind Run Daily (today): 0.75 mi.  
Wind Run Monthly (to date): 346.02 mi.  
Wind Run Yearly (to date): 5790.74 mi.  
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Date of Last Measurable Rain: 4/26/14   
Monthly Rain (to date): in.  
Normal Monthly Rain (to date): 0.00 in.   
Total Rain (to date*): in.  
Normal Total Rain*: 12.82 in.   
Last Year's Total Rain*: 3.53 in.  
*Total Rain is based on the California Water Year,
  which runs from July 1 through June 30.
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Weather Advisories
Warning Description: Heat Advisory

Warning Date: 9:39 am PDT on September 16, 2014

WarningSum:...Heat Advisory Remains In Effect Until 7 Pm Pdt This Evening...

Warning Message:* high temperatures...from 85 to 93 along the immediate coast...
  to 100 degrees or higher in inland Orange County...the inland
  Empire...and the inland valleys and foothills of San Diego
  County. Heat index values will generally be about 5 degrees
  above the actual temperatures due to the high humidity.
* Impacts...abnormally hot temperatures can be stressful to 
  animals and humans...making it hard for the body to acclimate 
  and remain hydrated. Without precautions even healthy adults 
  could experience heat stress and illness. 
* Locations...all areas west of the mountains.
* Timing...the hottest weather will continue yet again today.
  Temperatures will finally lower several degrees on
  Wednesday...though above normal humidity will continue through
  Wednesday.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When
possible... reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or
evening.  Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat
stroke.  Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when
possible and drink plenty of water.
To reduce risk during outdoor work the occupational safety and
health administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks
in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by
heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location.   Heat stroke
is an emergency - call 911.
WarningDesc:Beach Hazard Statement

WarningDate:6:42 am PDT on September 16, 2014

WarningSum:...Beach Hazards Statement In Effect Through Thursday Evening...

Warning Message:The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a beach
hazards statement for strong rip currents and elevated surf...which
is in effect through Thursday evening.
* Waves and surf...4 to 6 feet along southwest facing beaches. 2
  to 4 feet elsewhere.
* Rip currents...widespread dangerous rip and longshore currents.
* Timing...through early Thursday evening.
* Impacts...the elevated surf...strong rip currents...and
  longshore currents will produce dangerous swimming
  conditions...especially for inexperienced swimmers.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A beach hazards statement for rip currents means that conditions
are present to support a heightened risk of strong rip currents.
Rip currents are typically more frequent and stronger in the
vicinity of jetties...inlets...and piers. Swimmers caught in a rip
current should swim parallel to the coast to escape the rip
current before trying to swim for shore. Swimmers should always
swim near a lifeguard.
The National Weather Service wants to hear from you. 
Please visit the following link to give US feedback 
on the new beach hazards statement: 
        

Area Forecast Discussion
Expires:No;;762320
FXUS66 KSGX 161122 CCA
AFDSGX
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
355 AM PDT TUE SEP 16 2014
CORRECTED SKYWARN ACTION STATEMENT
.SYNOPSIS...
MOISTURE FROM TROPICAL STORM ODILE WILL CONTINUE TO SPREAD
NORTHWARD THROUGH WEDNESDAY...ELEVATING THE CHANCE FOR SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. SOME OF THE STORMS
MAY PRODUCE HEAVY RAINFALL AND THERE WILL BE A THREAT OF FLASH
FLOODING...MAINLY DURING THE AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS NEAR THE
MOUNTAINS. THERE WILL NOT BE MUCH RELIEF FROM THE HEAT AND
HUMIDITY UNTIL THURSDAY WHEN A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE BRINGS
COOLING AND DRYING FROM THE NORTHWEST. ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS ARE STILL POSSIBLE INTO FRIDAY OVER THE MOUNTAINS
AND DESERTS...THEN PARTLY CLOUDY WEATHER WITH MUCH MORE SEASONAL
TEMPERATURES FOR THE UPCOMING WEEKEND.
&&
.DISCUSSION...FOR EXTREME SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA INCLUDING ORANGE...
SAN DIEGO...WESTERN RIVERSIDE AND SOUTHWESTERN SAN BERNARDINO
COUNTIES...
WELL ODILE (NOW A TROPICAL STORM) CONTINUES TO CHURN NORTH ALONG
THE EASTERN EDGE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA AND POSSIBLY TAPPING SOME WARM
WATER FROM THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA...ALTHOUGH GENERALLY THE
CIRCULATION IS BECOMING VERY BROAD AND LOSING IT'S INNER CORE.
MODELS CONTINUE TO HAVE STRONG CONSENSUS TO SHIFT THE REMNANTS OF
THE TROPICAL CYCLONE TO THE NORTHEAST BEGINNING TONIGHT AND THEN
POSSIBLY REACHING SOUTHERN ARIZONA WEDNESDAY NIGHT AS A REMNANT
CIRCULATION. THE BEST FORCING IS PROJECTED TO BE ALONG THE
NORTHEAST PERIPHERY OF THE REMNANT CIRCULATION. 
LOW LEVEL MOISTURE HAS BEEN STREAMING NORTH WELL AHEAD OF THE
SYSTEM ALL NIGHT AND MAY CONTINUE THROUGH TODAY AS WELL...ALTHOUGH
THE MAIN AXIS OF MOISTURE WILL EVENTUALLY GET SHUNTED TO THE EAST
AS A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE MOVES INTO COASTAL SOCAL. WHEN EXACTLY
THE LOW AND MID LEVEL MOISTURE GETS SHUNTED TO THE EAST...POSSIBLY
AS EARLY AS WEDNESDAY OR AS LATE AS THURSDAY...WILL DICTATE THE
POSSIBILITY OF PRECIPITATION ESPECIALLY FOR COASTAL LOCATIONS. WE
HAVEN'T MADE ANY SIGNIFICANT CHANGES EARLY THIS MORNING TO THE
ONGOING FORECAST DATABASE GIVING SOME UNCERTAINTY WITH RELATED TO
THE TROPICAL CYCLONE AND INTERACTION OF THE APPROACHING UPPER
TROUGH.
ONE CHANGE WE'VE MADE IS AN INCREASE IN THE POPS FOR THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING AS HI RES MODEL INSTABILITY PROJECTIONS ARE
DECENT AND THE SUPER HIGH RES (HRRR) MODEL IS GENERATING A
CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF CONVECTION FOR THIS AFTERNOON OVER THE
MOUNTAINS. THE MOIST SURGE OF LOW LEVEL MOISTURE THAT TOOK PLACE
OVERNIGHT HAS ABATED SOMEWHAT ALTHOUGH DECENT SOUTHERLY WINDS
CONTINUE OUT AHEAD OF ODILE. AT THIS TIME OUR CONFIDENCE IS NOT
HIGH ENOUGH TO WARRANT A FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR THIS AFTERNOON BUT
THAT WILL BE SOMETHING TO CONSIDER IF THE TRENDS CONTINUE TO LOOK
A LITTLE MORE FAVORABLE FOR CONVECTION.
HOT TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO BE A CONCERN FOR AREAS FROM WEST
OF THE MOUNTAINS TO THE COAST. AN INCREASE IN LOW LEVEL MOISTURE
WILL KEEP OVERNIGHT TEMPS QUITE WARM TONIGHT AND MAY BRING SOME
MORE RECORD OR NEAR RECORD WARM MIN'S TONIGHT. THE HEAT ADVISORY
WILL REMAIN IN PLACE THROUGH THIS AFTERNOON.
FOR WEDNESDAY OUR REGION MAY BECOME MORE INFLUENCED BY SUBSIDENCE
ON THE NORTHWEST PERIPHERY OF THE TROPICAL CIRCULATION...AND WITH
THE WINDING DOWN OF THE SYSTEM...THE BEST MOISTURE FETCH WILL GET
SHEARED WELL OUT TO THE NORTHEAST. STILL THERE WILL BE ENOUGH
RESIDUAL MOISTURE ESPECIALLY IN OUR MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS TO
GENERATE SCATTERED DIURNALLY-DRIVEN CONVECTION WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING OVER THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS.
FOR COASTAL AREAS OF SAN DIEGO AND ORANGE COUNTY...IT NOW LOOKS
LIKE ABOUT THE ONLY CHANCE FOR ANY MEASURABLE PRECIP MIGHT BE WHEN
THE UPPER LOW APPROACHES THE COAST THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT AND
COULD HELP GENERATE SOME SHOWERS OVER THE COASTAL WATERS AND THE
ADJACENT COAST. THEN LATER INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND...THE UPPER
LOW WILL BRING SOME ONSHORE FLOW AND DRIER SOUTHWEST FLOW ALOFT TO
PUSH ANY RESIDUAL MOISTURE WELL OUT OF OUR AREA AND BRING AN END
TO EVEN THE LOW CHANCE POPS. THIS WILL ALSO BRING A WELCOME COOL
DOWN FOR OUR REGION AND MUCH CLOSER TO SEASONAL TEMPS.
&&
.AVIATION...
160900Z...A PATCH OR TWO OF LOW CLOUDS COULD DEVELOP ALONG THE COAST 
THIS MORNING...BUT CONFIDENCE IS HIGH THAT COASTAL AERODROMES WILL 
NOT BE IMPACTED. CUMULUS BUILDUPS MAINLY OVER MOUNTAINS THIS 
AFTERNOON WITH SOME TURNING INTO THUNDERSTORMS. THESE WOULD HAVE 
BASES AROUND 10000 FEET MSL WITH TOPS TO 35000 FEET. ERRATIC AND 
GUSTY WINDS AROUND ANY THUNDERSTORM. SCATTERED CLOUDS AOA 12000 FEET 
MSL TONIGHT.
&&
.MARINE...
200 AM...NO HAZARDOUS MARINE WEATHER EXPECTED THROUGH SUNDAY.
&&
.SKYWARN... 
SKYWARN ACTIVATION MAY BE REQUESTED THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO POSSIBLE 
THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE MOUNTAINS AND DESERTS. ACTIVATION IS AGAIN 
POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON IN THE SAME AREAS. WEATHER SPOTTERS ARE 
ENCOURAGED TO REPORT SIGNIFICANT WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE NATIONAL 
WEATHER SERVICE AS SOON AS IS SAFELY POSSIBLE.
&&
.SGX WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
CA...HEAT ADVISORY UNTIL 7 PM PDT THIS EVENING FOR THE ORANGE COUNTY 
     COASTAL AREAS...SAN BERNARDINO AND RIVERSIDE COUNTY 
     VALLEYS-THE INLAND EMPIRE...SAN DIEGO COUNTY VALLEYS...
     SANTA ANA MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS.
PZ...NONE.
&&
$$
PUBLIC...BROTHERTON
AVIATION/MARINE...MM


Marine Observations
Expires:No;;767120
SXUS86 KSGX 161403
CGRSGX
COASTAL WEATHER OBSERVATIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN DIEGO CA
700 AM PDT TUE SEP 16 2014
ID   /WX VSB  / WIND   / WAVE / SEA/ AIR/ PRESS/ REMARKS   STATION
3L3  C10      / CALM   /      /    / 72 /      /           NEWPORT BEACH
L58  C10      / CALM   / 0308 / 73 / 72 / 1007 /           MISSION BEACH


Local Weather Exchange
John Wayne Airport, CA (KSNA)

Temp: 88°F, Humidity: 43%, Dew Point: 63°F
Wind: --- @ mph
Pressure: 29.77 in., Visibility: 10 mi.,
Updated: 09/16/2014 09:53am
Fullerton Airport, CA (KFUL)

Temp: 90°F, Humidity: 43%, Dew Point: 64°F
Wind: --- @ mph
Pressure: 29.76 in., Visibility: 10 mi.,
Updated: 09/16/2014 09:53am
University Hills, UCI, Irvine, CA
Temp: 90°F, Humidity: 53%, Dew Point: 71°F
Wind: WNW @ mph
Pressure: 29.75 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:25:00
University Park, Irvine, CA
Temp: 82°F, Humidity: 64%, Dew Point: 69°F
Wind: West @ mph
Pressure: 29.76 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:25
Irvine Neighborhood Weather, Irvine, CA
Temp: 91°F, Humidity: 52%, Dew Point: 71°F
Wind: SSE @ mph
Pressure: 29.73 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:58
Woodbridge-Knollglen, Irvine, CA
Temp: 88°F, Humidity: 52%, Dew Point: 68°F
Wind: NW @ mph
Pressure: 29.77 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:22:04
Westpark, Irvine, CA
Temp: 88°F, Humidity: 52%, Dew Point: 69°F
Wind: North @ mph
Pressure: 29.74 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:58
Big Canyon, Newport Beach, CA
Temp: 86°F, Humidity: 56%, Dew Point: 68°F
Wind: SW @ mph
Pressure: 29.71 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:25:00
Pacific Ridge, Newport Coast, CA
Temp: 92°F, Humidity: 45%, Dew Point: 68°F
Wind: SSW @ mph
Pressure: 29.62 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:20:22
Greentree, Irvine, CA
Temp: 85°F, Humidity: 58%, Dew Point: 68°F
Wind: NE @ mph
Pressure: 29.76 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:43
Irvine Terrace, Corona Del Mar, CA
Temp: 80°F, Humidity: 64%, Dew Point: 67°F
Wind: SSW @ mph
Pressure: 29.63 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:47
Greentree 2, Irvine, CA
Temp: 92°F, Humidity: 44%, Dew Point: 67°F
Wind: NW @ mph
Pressure: 29.73 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:15:38
Upper Newport Bay - W6IT, Newport Beach, CA
Temp: 88°F, Humidity: 54%, Dew Point: 69°F
Wind: SSW @ mph
Pressure: 29.76 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:54
Irvine Groves, Irvine, CA
Temp: 86°F, Humidity: 51%, Dew Point: 66°F
Wind: West @ mph
Pressure: 29.65 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:31
Northwood, Irvine, CA
Temp: 89°F, Humidity: 47%, Dew Point: 66°F
Wind: WSW @ mph
Pressure: 29.78 in., Cloud Base:
Updated: 09/16 10:24:58
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