Mariposa, CA

92.4°F / 33.6°C
Clear
Heat Index: 91°F / 33°C
Humidity: 32%
Dew Point: 59°F / 15°C
Wind: NW at 3 mph / 4.8 km/h
Wind Gust: 7.0 mph / 11.3 km/h
Pressure: 29.94 in / 1014 hPa (Rising)
Visibility: 10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers
Clouds: Clear (CLR) : -
Yesterday's Maximum: 96°F / 36°C
Yesterday's Minimum: 72°F / 22°C
UV: 1 out of 16
Sunrise:5:56 AM PDT
Sunset:8:16 PM PDT
Moon Rise:4:14 PM PDT
Moon Set:2:03 AM PDT
Moon Phase Waxing Gibbous
NOAA Weather Radio
METAR KMCE 230153Z AUTO 33008KT 10SM CLR 35/17 A2994 RMK AO2 SLP136 T03500167
As of: 6:48 PM PDT on July 22, 2018
Observed at: Downtown Mariposa, Mariposa, CA

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Forecast

Today
clear
96° | 72°F
36° | 22°C
Tuesday
clear
97° | 70°F
36° | 21°C
Wednesday
clear
99° | 67°F
37° | 19°C
Tomorrow is forecast to be
nearly the same temperature as today.
Excessive heat watch in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Thursday evening...
Tonight
Mostly clear. Haze and areas of smoke through the night. Lows 67 to 77.
Monday
Mostly cloudy. Haze and areas of smoke through the day. A 20 percent chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs 93 to 103.
Monday Night
Partly cloudy. Slight chance of thunderstorms in the evening. Haze and areas of smoke through the night. Lows 66 to 76.
Tuesday
Sunny. Haze and areas of smoke. Highs 97 to 107.
Tuesday Night
Mostly clear. Haze and areas of smoke. Lows 68 to 78.
Wednesday
Sunny. Haze and areas of smoke. Highs 97 to 107.
Wednesday Night through Friday
Mostly clear. Lows 67 to 77. Highs 96 to 106.
Friday Night and Saturday
Clear. Lows 66 to 76. Highs 94 to 104.
Saturday Night and Sunday
Mostly clear. Lows 66 to 76. Highs 95 to 105.
As of: 7:00 PM PDT on July 22, 2018 from station 95338
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Scientific Forecaster Discussion

Warnings & Notices

Excessive Heat Watch

Expires 11:00 PM PDT on July 26, 2018
Statement as of 12:57 PM PDT on July 22, 2018

... Excessive heat watch remains in effect from Tuesday afternoon
through Thursday evening...

* timing... Tuesday afternoon through Thursday evening. At this
time, the highest temperatures expected will be on Wednesday.

* Temperature... in the San Joaquin Valley and Kern County
mountains below 4000 feet... high temperatures will range from
103 to 108. Low temperatures in the lower 70s to low 80s. In
the Kern County desert... high temperatures will range from 105
to 115 degrees with lows between 75 and 85 degrees.

* Impacts... this excessive heat watch includes the Sierra
foothill locations, including the Ferguson wildfire area of
operations. Heat related illnesses such as heat exhaustion and
heat stroke will be possible. Stay hydrated and take more
frequent breaks from activities. People most vulnerable
include those who are spending lots of time outdoors... those
who do not have air conditioning... Young children... the
elderly... and those with chronic ailments.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

An excessive heat watch means that a prolonged period of hot
temperatures is expected. The combination of hot temperatures and
high humidity will combine to create a dangerous situation in
which heat illnesses are possible. Drink plenty of fluids, stay
in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on
relatives and neighbors.



Wp



Air Quality Alert

Expires 3:45 PM PDT on July 23, 2018
Statement as of 3:45 PM PDT on July 21, 2018

The San Joaquin Valley air pollution control district issued an
air quality alert starting on July 17, 2018 for the foothills and
mountainous areas and eastern parts of Stanislaus, Merced,
Madera, Fresno, and Tulare counties due to smoke impacts from the
Ferguson fire.

This air quality alert is in effect until the fire is
extinguished.

Exposure to particle pollution can cause serious health problems,
aggravate lung disease, cause asthma attacks and acute
bronchitis, and increase risk of respiratory infections.

Residents are advised to use caution as conditions warrant.
People with heart or lung diseases should follow their doctors
advice for dealing with episodes of unhealthy air quality.

Additionally, older adults and children should avoid prolonged
exposure, strenuous activities or heavy exertion, as conditions
dictate.

For additional information, call your local San Joaquin Valley
air district office. Modesto 209-557-6400, Fresno 559-230-6000,
Bakersfield 661-381-1809

Residents can also follow air quality conditions by downloading
the free valley air app, available in the apple store or google
play.


Andersen

345 PM PDT Sat Jul 21 2018

The San Joaquin Valley air pollution control district issued an
air quality alert starting on July 17, 2018 for the foothills and
mountainous areas and eastern parts of Stanislaus, Merced,
Madera, Fresno, and Tulare counties due to smoke impacts from the
Ferguson fire.

This air quality alert is in effect until the fire is
extinguished.

Exposure to particle pollution can cause serious health problems,
aggravate lung disease, cause asthma attacks and acute
bronchitis, and increase risk of respiratory infections.

Residents are advised to use caution as conditions warrant.
People with heart or lung diseases should follow their doctors
advice for dealing with episodes of unhealthy air quality.

Additionally, older adults and children should avoid prolonged
exposure, strenuous activities or heavy exertion, as conditions
dictate.

For additional information, call your local San Joaquin Valley
air district office. Modesto 209-557-6400, Fresno 559-230-6000,
Bakersfield 661-381-1809

Residents can also follow air quality conditions by downloading
the free valley air app, available in the apple store or google
play.


Andersen


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