Good Thursday Morning

By Jack Martin on Oct 11, 2018 at 02:59 PM

I am sure everyone missed me, but I am back in business.

Not that I was not studying the weather, my G suite mail would not allow me to send out emails with larger groups.

Bottom line, I am back with cox mail and we should be good now...

All the weather action that was missed the last few days was in my forecast. I just could not let you know.

Today, we wake to fog and some pockets of drizzle. Weather spotter Lynn texted me early and said it was raining along the foothills at mission area. This will occur in pockets this morning. Clouds are 5,000 feet thick, so clearing today is not likely until later in the afternoon or not at all.

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

Friday, the low pressure system moves south and it sets up warmer weather. Temps will jump 10 to 20 degrees Friday, a weak off shore event occurs for 1 day.

Saturday, there is a slight chance of rain Ventura and south. Everyone will see puffy clouds building over the mountains. Some areas could even see some rain.

Sunday is transition day. We should have a nice day.

Monday through Wednesday, our first stronger Santa Ana event happens for the fall season. This will warm up Santa Barbara and create wind in Ventura and south, also bringing back fire danger where hills have not burned.

Ok, that’s it for today, lots of different weather occurrences in the next 6 days.

You’re prepared now, thank you cox mail...