6/18/19

By Jack Martin on Jun 18, 2019 at 02:57 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

Take a look at the satellite. you can see the clouds passing over us today and creating a weak on shore flow. Also look way to the south in the southern pacific.

The tropical Action is beginning to arrive, but nothing as far as storms yet. 

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

3 days till summer solstice, Friday the 21st.  Unfortunately it will not feel like summer on Friday in SB or most of California.

It will actually be the coldest day in the next 7. 5 to 10 degrees below normal.

 The good news is on Saturday the sun should come out in the afternoon for the parade.

Today, more fog in the morning, but sun should peak out this afternoon thanks to a weak off shore flow. We might even see some puffy white clouds over the mountains.

Wednesday more of the same as today. Fog in the morning, then clearing in the pm.

Thursday, low pressure moves in again, deepening the marine layer. Fog will be along the coast most of the day.

Friday as advertised earlier, cold and foggy. The first day of summer will be winter like….

Saturday, parade day … looks like the weather starts to improve with mild off shore flow. That means sun will prevail earlier. Hopefully just on time for the parade.

Don’t miss it, it is always a blast!

Sunday another good day, with temps almost near normal and sun late morning.

Enjoy the nice cool work week.