Brawley California Weather
Brawley (formerly Braly 6) borders to the north the Pacific Ocean, the San Joaquin River and the Sierra Nevada. The area is somewhat temperate compared to tourist destinations worldwide, but the summer is humid and dry and the winter cool and dry. It is mostly clear in spring and summer - all year round, with little chance of rain or snow in spring and summer and little to no rain at night.
With humidity, temperatures feel hot for about half the year, but there is little to no rain at the end of January, end of February and beginning of March. Brawley will remain dry for 29 days of the month and it will probably rain in late January and late March, with no rain or snow in February, March and April. The probability of rainfall is high in August, September, October, November, December and January. Temperatures, air pressure, humidity and air temperature will be drier for the entire month of September and October.
Brawley will be dry for 29 days of the month, but it can also be drier than June, July, August, September, October, November, December, February, March and April. June will probably be wetter than November, and June and July will have been dry for 26 days and the month of May for 30 days. The probability of rain in August and September is high, and the probability of rain in October and November is low. It is over 50% probable that it will rain during these months, and at the end of October it will be almost impossible to rain or snow at all. Weather conditions, air pressure, humidity and air temperature will remain dry for 28 to 29 days in May and June.
Daytime highs fall between 74.4 and 74.4 degrees (23.6 degrees), which feels very comfortable with the humidity and wind. Brawley will remain dry for 26 days, with a 50% chance of rain in February, March, April, May, June, August, September, October, November, December, February and April.
This means that the NBM guidance shows that 15-20% of Phoenix will reach 80F on Saturday, but locally gusty north winds (KBLH) will be the only weather effect on Saturday afternoon, with mostly clear skies. The current light westerly wind (northwest wind) will blow eastward in the early morning hours, then continue for the rest of the night and into Saturday noon, then subside westward again late Saturday afternoon. It will then be windy into Sunday morning with highs of 74.4 degrees in Brawley and a chance of rain.
It won't be a very cold system, but it will cool down and only an inch or two of snow is expected. Note: A value of 0.0 in the snow curve below may mean that no snow is lying or is not reported.
This is experimental and is not well supported by NOAA, so it may not be correct, but it is quite possible that a little rain could fall and widespread rainfall of about an inch could occur. The best chance to be in the growing season in the first weeks of the new year is on January 2 with a 65% chance.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Brawley, the hottest months are August, July and then September. The hottest day of the year is July 23, with an average high of 107F and a low of 80F. The warmest times of the year are generally late summer and early autumn, when highs are usually 43.3 degrees Celsius and temperatures rarely fall below 82 degrees.
The number of hot weather activities Brawley should visit for general outdoor activities depends on the degree of beach and pool use. The total cost of visiting BRAWLEY for the hot weather activity is $2,500 based on your score and $1,000 for a beach or pool visit. The total price for visits to B rawley during the summer months of July, August, September, October, November, December, February, March, April, May, June, July and August is $3,300 based on your scores. During the winter months, the average cost of visiting all warm weather events is about $4,200, based on the score of your beaches and pools, and the maximum cost per visit is about $5,400.
It will remain dry for 28 days during the month of Brawley, but is more likely to rain in the summer months, as suggested by the NBM leadership. It gets drier in April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, February, March, April and May.
This will have minimal impact on the forecast area, but will open the door to a very different pattern that we are seeing in the late western US. A shortwave pass will dive eastward over the western United States over the next few days, and this will shift the ridge axis westward. This could temporarily strengthen the northerly winds in the Colorado River region and lead to slightly cooler temperatures on Sunday.