9/27/19

By Jack Martin on Sep 27, 2019 at 04:15 PM

Good Friday morning, 

Let’s start with Thursday. Was that a funky day? 6am we started with temp of 72 degrees, because of the stalled low spinning counter clockwise over the Nevada-CA. 

Then in the afternoon, the fog rolled in and kept it cool all day. It felt quite tropical. 

That’s what happens when lows from the south drift our way.

Today, the low pressure system to the east has exited. All eyes now go to the north where low pressure in Washington state will affect our weather through Tuesday. 

Today some areas especially valleys and mountains are starting with some drizzle. 

Fog is over all of us. Today will be another cool day. 

Tonight and Saturday morning we have the best chance for drizzle and light rain. Saturday will be cool and foggy most of the day.

Highs will be in the mid 70s everywhere. Fog will likely clear in reverse Saturday with coastal areas clearing first and valleys keeping the fog longer.

Sunday the low hangs around, so expect another cooler day. 

Tuesday, the low exits and high pressure and off shore event will begin.

Temps will warm up.

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

Enjoy the cooler weekend. 

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