12/6/2018 Weather

By Jack Martin on Dec 06, 2018 at 01:32 PM

Good Thursday morning,

The low pressure system that has been spinning in the pacific is now on the move.

As a lot of lows that spin around, they have a mind of there own. This is no different.

Where the computer models once thought it would continue south into Mexico, it now is aimed right at us.

 If you look at the satellite picture you will see that it has moved to the east and is spinning close to us.


What does that mean for us?

Areas north of point conception will see less rain.

Areas Santa Barbara and south will see more.

Rain will be showery through the evening.

Greatest rainfall will be in LA where they can see 3/4 of an inch. Santa Barbara 1/4 to 1/2 inch.

Rain rates can be heavier today as we all saw at 4 am when we had a downpour.

Rain rates could be 1/2 per hour, but showers will be in short duration.

Here is the radar now:


Friday we clear up, and usher in a nice weekend. Temps will climb into the low 70s.

It will be a great winter weekend.

Next week, a system will approach Tuesday. Computer models are still all over the map on this one.

We will not even comment at this point.

In the mean time, it is the last day of rain, and a great weekend will be here. Lower 70s

will allow everyone to FaceTime family in cold weather areas.

Have a great damp day... bring your umbrella. When it rains it will likely be harder

               Jack Martin



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Jack Martin


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