Tuesday Change

By Jack Martin on Mar 19, 2019 at 02:57 PM

What a difference a day makes. Yesterday was sunny, warm and dry. Today we wake to fog, damp and temps 6 to 12 degrees cooler than Monday.

A storm system is approaching, and will allow rain to fall starting tonight. 


Looks like 1/4 to 1/2 inch in SB, and Santa Ynez.

A little more in SLO and a little less in LA.

Wednesday looks to still have some showers, however models are backing off some on these.

At this point we will leave the showery forecast in.

Thursday wind. Typical spring winds will whip up from the north west. 

Friday a weak ridge pops up, and makes a nice day.

Friday night and into Saturday, another weak system affects us. This will be even weaker then tonight’s system.

Looks like Sunday and Monday will be dry. 

Ok, you are up to date, leaving the house this morning will be damp, with some drizzle falling now. 

Text at you Wednesday morning. 

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