2/18/19

By Jack Martin on Feb 18, 2019 at 08:38 PM

Good Monday morning,

It is bitter cold out there. Good thing Kids and some working kids get a day off. 

For all the rest of us, you will want heavy coats and gloves this morning. 

All windshields and Roofs will have Ice. 

Skies are relatively clear and it is bright out there with the full moon overhead.   

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

We will have 3 dry-cold days. Today is the last day of wind for a few. 

Wednesday night into Thursday we are looking at a weak- cold storm. Snow levels will be at or below 2000 feet.

As far as precept goes. Model runs are showing less. Maybe some showers and dusting of snow on the mountains.

This will be another system like Sundays. North flow keeps most of the rain-snow out of SB.

Yesterday we barely saw a trace, where Santa Ynez saw 1/3 of a inch. This is do to the north facing mountains.

Thursday will do the same. 

Friday winds turn to the northwest and it will be cold. All week we will struggle to get out of the 50s for a high.

Nights will be cold. Low 40s coastal with some 30s . 

In the valleys.... 20s at night ..... 

The weekend looks to be dry, with highs might making it to 60 degrees. 

Have a great day, stay Warm!