Thursday Update

By Jack Martin on May 24, 2018 at 03:04 PM

Good Thursday morning,

Lots of clouds out there. The fog is now 5,000 feet thick. This means little, to no clearing today.

Even the valleys will remain cloudy most of the day, with temps down 15 degrees below normal for this time of year in the valleys.

Low pressure is 400 miles west of point conception. This will move east tonight and be 100 miles west of Monterey.

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

What this all means is there is a chance of rain tonight through Friday, north of SLO into the Bay Area.

For us, lots of clouds and marine layer, and even a chance of morning drizzle for the next 2 mornings.

As you pull yourself out of bed and go outside, you can smell the moisture in the air.

Looks like Saturday, the low pressure system moves east. This will create sundowner winds Saturday night. The good news out of this is it will clear out the marine layer for Sunday morning in SB.

Temps will actually warm to be slightly above normal Sunday through Tuesday in the 70s.

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