Weather Whys: Is it rare to have this many sunny days in a row?

Weather Whys: Is it rare to have this many sunny days in a row?

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Despite some of the colder temperatures over the past 48 hours we are in the middle of a super sunny stretch of weather which brings up the question for today's Weather Whys: Is it rare to have this many sunny days in a row? 

Wednesday only a few clouds were reported and Tuesday was reported as completely sunny. Having two or even three days of sunshine in a row is not rare but seeing more than that is. If we look into the record books the last time we had longer than a three day stretch of mostly or completely sunny sky was July 30-August 2, 2019 over seven months ago.

If the current forecast holds Friday and Saturday will be almost completely sunny which will make it four days. A storm system starts to approach on Sunday giving us some afternoon clouds but if we stay sunny then it would make five days. The last time we had a stretch of sunny days equal five or more was the middle of September in 2018 when we stacked together eight sunny days.

Weather Whys is a segment by Meteorologist Justin Thompson-Gee that airs during the CBS 58 News on WMLW - The M from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. The segment answers viewer weather questions, explains weather phenomena and reveals interesting weather stats. To submit your question reach out to Justin on Facebook, Twitter or by emailing him at [email protected]

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