Today's Rain Chances

By admin admin on Oct 27, 2015 at 08:43 AM

Good Tuesday Morning,

Today we see the next system approaching the coast. This is rotated by a large low in the Gulf of Alaska, and fueled by former hurricane odle.

Rain is falling to the north from this, but the Gulf of Alaska low is too far north to do anything here.

There is still a chance of rain for us on Wednesday and Wednesday night, but there will not be a lot. What we will have is a really strong wind event after the front passes.

I expect a lot of wind Wednesday night as we might get a strong sundown.

(batten down that patio furniture if you are northwest exposed)

As For today, we will be dry. Tonight as the front gets closer we could see a few sprinkles and a damp overnight.

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Thursday everything clears out. High pressure comes in and as Santa Anna event to the south of us starts. These winds will not affect us, only normal Santa Anna areas (Grapevine, Ventura, Oxnard, etc.).

The weekend and Halloween will warm up nicely. Trick or treaters should have a warm night for that on Saturday. Coastal areas are going to be in the upper 80s Saturday day time.

Ok that's it for now. Off to the trenches