By Jack Martin on Mar 28, 2019 at 04:03 PM

Good Thursday morning, 

Yesterday was Wednesday, so you know it had to rain.... 

That was fun yesterday for a few hours of some light to moderate rain. 

On the south coast, Santa Barbara was the big winner with 1/4 inch of rain. Most other areas on the south coast got 1/10 or slightly more.

The central coast was the winner with 1/3 to 3/4 of an inch.

Today, one more system, but this will only bring rain in Monterey and north. For us cooler, with below normal temps. 

Tonight, sundowner winds. The front washes through and creates typical northwest winds at Jack’s house. 


Friday, high pressure builds in. We will start a warm up for the weekend.

Saturday, Santa Ana winds return to Ventura and south. Santa Barbara means warm sunny weather.

Sunday, are you ready for 80s? It will be fantastic with the warmest temps for 2019.

Monday the ridge breaks down and we cool a few degrees, but still great weather. 

Tuesday, low pressure and an inside slider starts to move in. This looks to bring back the marine layer, but no rain. 

Wednesday is still not real clear, but it does look like we might have the first dry Wednesday in a long time.

All of next week might stay dry... that would be a treat... 

Ok enjoy the transition to warmer weather. 

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Jack, Thank you for sending me a team that worked very well together, cleaned up in an excellent manner and produced an outstanding new-roof solution. Please do not hesitate to put our home on your list of places-to-show
Martin Greenfield