Tuesday April 11th

By Jack Martin on Apr 11, 2017 at 09:03 PM

Good morning again,

Well, a switch once again. There are a few weak systems that will bring light rain over the next 3 days. This will mainly be to the north.

Fun Fact time..... after today Northern California mountains will officially have the wettest season in history with more snow on record since 1982-1983 El Niño year. The funniest part is it is not in an El Niño year. If you switch all the snow into rain totals, They will have over 85 inches of rain for the season.

Once again northern California will receive the heart of the next 2 storm systems. We will just see small amounts of rain...

I think the cost of water will be heading south for this year.... http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/h5-loop-wv.html

For us....the forecast really has not changed....

SLO and Santa Ynez will see a little rain over night tonight into Wednesday. For SB and south, you will just wake up to damper then normal conditions on Wednesday.

Wednesday night into Thursday is the best chance for everyone to see rain. However this if any will be light.

Thursday, LA could see some rain, but again not much. Thursday afternoon and night... welcome back the wind..... it will blow hard from the northwest.

wind (white)

Friday and Saturday ... we warm up again....

Sunday night and Monday brings another weak system...

am I sounding like a broken record !!! That keeps skipping over the same spot on the record....... for young people that do not know what a record player is.

This was a giant DVD... That played at 33, 45, or 78 speed... That will really confuse you.

laughing smiley



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