6/28/19

By Jack Martin on Jul 01, 2019 at 04:58 PM

Good Friday morning, 

The weekend is upon us.....and the foggy weather is improving for us.

High pressure over the 5 corners will squash the marine layer for the weekend. 

This will heat up inland valleys and reduce the fog period along the coast. 

Everyone will see sunshine with the exception of some high clouds from tropical storm Alvin Looking in the pacific.

There are 2 areas that stand out. Hawaii and Cabo. You can see some red blobs popping from the subtropical moisture. 

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

For us, just typical early summer weather. Fair along the coast with night and morning fog, burning off in the early afternoon, and inland valleys heating up into the 80s and 90s.

If you want to bake, just drive over the pass. 

Typical weather prevails through the weekend with the exception of what happens to Alvin. He will drift north and create some high clouds and maybe some sprinkles into the weekend. 

Next week, not much weather excitement. Little low pressure system on Wednesday will deepen the marine layer. Other than that...no Action .... 

The 4th of July is 6 days away. Looks like decent weather, but some coastal fog.

Ok, I am off to Cabo San Lucas, for the week.... 

I will write updated forecasts remotely. If anything exciting happens here, send me pictures ....

Have a great weekend ....