Looks like we are going to be staying on the trend of a roller coaster ride of barometric pressures in the upcoming days. Saturday we will be at the border of feeling good, and not so good. Then, starting Monday, we hit over 30.0inHg and dips in the evening to below that magical sweet spot. Since humidity will be relatively low most of the week....make sure to do most activities in the morning and early afternoon, to remain as comfortable as possible.
Don't forget we have an air quality alert going on in our area for the June 1st and June 2nd, where there are high levels of ozone, that exceed the federal mandate. Limiting outdoor activities to short periods of time are also best.
A meta-analysis by season showed that acute gouty arthritis occurred significantly more frequently in spring than in other seasons. Analysis by month showed an increase in episodes of acute gouty arthritis from March to July, being the highest in July. The trend reversed, and episodes of acute gouty arthritis started decreasing from July to September, being the lowest in September. The change in mean temperature between neighboring days was the only meteorological parameter that was significantly correlated with the number of monthly episodes of acute gouty arthritis." states a study published on PubMed website.
Saturday 6/03/23, Humidity 3%, Temp 90°, 8 am/ 29.99inHg - 8 pm/ 29.92inHg
Sunday 6/04/23, Humidity 14%, Temp 85°, 8 am/ 30.15inHg - 8 pm/ 30.01inHg
Monday 6/05/23, Humidity 19%, Temp 86°, 8 am/ 30.04inHg - 8 pm/ 29.92inHg
Tuesday 6/06/23, Humidity 18%, Temp 81°, 8 am/ 30.01inHg - 8 pm/ 29.92inHg
Wednesday 6/07/23, Humidity 20%, Temp 74°, 8 am/ 30.04inHg - 8 pm/ 29.95inHg
Thursday 6/08/23, Humidity 30%, Temp 79°, 8 am/ 30.06inHg - 8 pm/ 29.92inHg
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