PM Update: Delightful Start to Work Week
Another mostly sunny day tomorrow
Our oddly comfortable stretch of temperatures and humidity levels continued today. Even with lots of sunshine, highs reaching the low-to-mid 80s once again fell short of "normal" levels. For those eager to start the work week off with an evening outdoors: expect to be treated to another glorious one!
Through Tonight: Temperatures will fall to around 80 near sunset before dropping steadily overnight under variably cloudy skies. Lows should bottom mostly in the 60-65 range, with some folks maybe seeing an upper 50s reading.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Another day with plenty of sun is upcoming Tuesday. Temperatures will rise off coolish morning lows to highs in the mid-80s most spots. Late in the day or evening, there is a risk (20% chance) of an isolated shower or storm, but since the air will still be rather dry they should not be widespread.
El Nino and the Economy: An article in Reuters today argues that a developing El Nino may wreak new havoc on the still-battered economy and hurt raw material production in regions affected. El Nino's have been known to cause drought in Asia, Australia and South America that can hurt grain, bean and sugar prices. El Nino can also cause flooding in areas that don't typically see it. The "bright side" of El Nino? It often leads to minimized hurricane activity in the Atlantic.
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