By Jack Martin on Aug 20, 2019 at 03:33 PM

Good Tuesday morning,

I love this time of the year. Warm evenings and calm winds makes it so nice sitting outdoors at sunset and listening to music.

As we wake up this morning, the coastal fog is gone. We will have sunny skies all day. High pressure is building in and inland areas are going to heat up.

Expect the Santa Ynez valley to warm up into the upper 90s. SB will remain in the upper 70s and low 80s. Just perfect !!!

Tonight might be a little different then last night because we are expecting some sundowner winds to affect our area starting around 6 PM.

Winds will blow from the northwest and will give us gusts of up to 35 miles an hour.

Looks like the trends of today will continue all week, and into the weekend.

Hot inland and warm coastal.

As mentioned earlier, just great California summer time weather. While everyone else in the country bakes from heat and humidity.

Enjoy another great week in California. We are so lucky to have come west....

Check out the pictures from my new house at sunset. Really nice !!! 

Have a great day.



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