6/19/19

By Jack Martin on Jun 19, 2019 at 02:51 PM

Good gloomy Wednesday morning,

June gloom is at full strength. Streets are wet and fog is at 2500 to 3000 feet thick.

If you look at the satellite you would think we had clear skies, but coastal fog is blanketing the first 3000 feet. 

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

If you want warm and sunshine, go to palm springs. Check out the temps there. Amazing how a short distance can have a 30 to 40 degrees difference.

https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lon=-116.41937255859375&lat=33.827075293445986#.XQo4QMplCfA

For today, we are starting out quite damp once again. Most streets are visibly wet. 

If we are lucky, we will see clearing late in the day along the coast. Valleys will clear this afternoon. 

Thursday, onshore flow deepens as another disturbance drops into the area. We will continue damp mornings and fog with pockets of drizzle. Temps remain quite cool along the coast, with only 60s as highs. 

Friday more of the same. Pretty much a carbon copy of Thursday.

Saturday and into the weekend. The fog will thin and sunshine will prevail in the afternoons. Highs will be Sunday and will even climb to near average in the 70s along the coast and 80s in the valleys. 

Monday, low pressure returns and June gloom sets up all over again. 

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