Looking back at October through May, 2015-16, a cool season with a Big Niño

And it just sat there in the Pacific, didn’t do much, at least here, except embarrass us precipophiliacs who thought a monster winter was headed our way in Catalina and environs1.  Here’s kind of a sad chart documenting the disappointment here in Catalina:

Remember when seeing the downward trend that the measurements started during a VERY wet regime in the Southwest.
Remember when seeing the downward trend that the measurements started during a VERY wet regime in the Southwest.  In fact, it was quite droughty just before these Catalina measurements started.

The weather for June?

Unlike May where it was predicted here even BEFORE the month began that Sutherland Heights, Catalina, would experience measurable rain, and, in fact, we had grand total of 7 minutes of rain last month that produced 0.13 inches (!) on the 14th, am clueless about June.  I will say that it looks to be warmer than May.  We’ll check back and see how that forecast works out, but am feeling pretty good about it.

The End.

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1″Environs”, meaning all of the Great Southwest, including Burbank and the San Fernando Valley.