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MARKET REPORT – SEPTEMBER 12, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEIn the Salinas Valley, we will see a warming trend for the next five days with areas south of Salinas reaching mid 90’s! The typical morning fog will not be present for the next few days as nighttime temperatures reaching the low 50’s. A different story in the Santa Maria / Oxnard growing regions…

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MARKET REPORT – JULY 25, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEThe intense heat wave out west peaks midweek and slowly weakens into the weekend as increased monsoonal moisture moves in. However, temperatures will remain above average. The high will then stagnate over the area and strengthen early next week. Coastal regions get some relief with the marine layer influence in the mornings. This pattern…

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MARKET REPORT – JULY 18, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEHigh pressure out west will continue to dominate the weather pattern as monsoonal moisture continues to bring isolated showers to the region. The high-pressure ridge strengthens early next week keeping temperatures well above norms through July. Central Mexico will see typical warm and humid conditions with showers possible on most days. Areas to the…

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MARKET REPORT – JULY 11, 2018

WEATHER UPDATE \Moderate-high pressure out west brings above-average temperatures across California following the extreme heat last week. Tropical moisture will stream into Southern California through mid-week providing a slight cool down along with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Isolated to scattered showers will continue across Central Mexico with seasonal temperatures expected. Monsoonal moisture will bring showers…

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MARKET REPORT – JULY 5, 2018

WEATHER UPDATECoastal marine layer keeps Central and Southern California fields cooler through mid-week as a strong high pressure ridge sets up by Thursday. Very warm temperatures are expected across the state with many record high temperatures in jeopardy. Slightly cooler early next week with another strong warm up expected late next week. Isolated showers continue…

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MARKET REPORT – JUNE 27, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEA typical summertime weather pattern continues across the Central Coast as the battle between high and low pressure systems rolls on. The coastal marine layer will continue to influence the coastal fields. The active tropical season continues as 3 storm system off the coast of Southwestern Mexico (moving away form the coast) contribute ample…

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MARKET REPORT – JUNE 20, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEA strong high-pressure ridge forms out west with above-average temperatures throughout the entire region with inland valleys reaching triple-digit temperatures into the weekend. This fairly brief heat wave will begin a slow cooling trend late this weekend into next week. Central Mexico will continue with scattered showers and thunderstorms each day becoming more isolated…

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MARKET REPORT – JUNE 13, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEA slow-moving upper-level trough brings a cooling trend to California with temperatures 5-10 degrees below seasonal averages and a continued coastal marine layer into next week. All eyes remain to the south as the second major hurricane has developed in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Hurricane Bud approaching Cabo San Lucas is expected to make…

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MARKET REPORT – JUNE 6, 2018

WEATHER UPDATEA fairly typical summertime pattern continues out west as a series of low-pressure troughs move through. Coastal marine layer and breezy afternoons will continue as the low and high-pressure systems battle for control. Warm conditions with isolated showers look to continue across Mexico as we monitor a couple of tropical systems developing in the…

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