Good Wednesday Morning

By Jack Martin on Apr 25, 2018 at 03:02 PM

As promised, Wednesday is here. So is my mid-week forecast. 

Really not a lot of excitement, typical spring action. Here is the low pressure that will influence the weather through Friday. Spinning off shore.

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/h5-loop-wv.html

This really is not going to do more than keep us cooler, with night and morning fog. May is almost here and we are starting the month called May Gray....

In Southern California, temps will remain on the cool side throughout the next 6 days at least. Highs in the 60s along the coast, valleys in the low 70s "at best."

Spring also means wind; this is most noticeable as systems roll through and cause pressure gradients, or wind.

Santa Barbara will be spot lighted with sundowner winds Thursday and Friday nights. 

Santa Ynez Valley and Lompoc, you know the routine…calm mornings and wind in the afternoons.

What’s up with the weekend?

Nice, but sweatshirt weather. Much cooler than the last two weekends. All good. Get some chores done around the house.

Next week, you ask... 

Well, another low pressure system. There is a hint of a slight chance of rain. We will wait and see how real this becomes, but don’t hold your breath.

For this time of year in Southern CA, it is not likely.

Ok you are up to date on the weather front.

Go out and make yourself proud ...