6/27/19

By Jack Martin on Jun 27, 2019 at 02:54 PM

Good Thursday morning,

Look outside, we have a  sunrise the we can see in Santa Barbara. This is a treat for us, and really just us.

 Santa Ynez, Ventura and most other locations are starting out with low clouds. Clearing there will come quickly.

High pressure has pushed into the south which is keeping the dome of high pressure over us.

Low pressure over Oregon is being pushed to the north into Washington. The only affect for us will be some evening sundowner winds.

This should occur in the Refugio and gavoita area, but could affect us in SB and Goleta. Winds tonight and Friday night around sundown.

Weather wise, we are looking at more sunshine and less fog, through Tuesday at this point.

Temps will be on the rise also. Saturday we might even get to 80 along the coast and 90s in the valleys.

This will make everyone happy this weekend.

Next week looking out towards the 4th of July, is looking fair with night and morning low clouds.

 The only funk in the forecast is some mid to high clouds that are pushing up from the Cabo San Lucas area.

Check it out:

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

This is from the first tropical storm “Alvin. “ We will see if this continues its northward push into the weekend.

Computer models never have a handle on systems to our south. We will watch it and see.

Ok that’s the excitement, enjoy the sunshine.

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