10/08/19

By Jack Martin on Oct 08, 2019 at 02:53 PM

Good Tuesday Morning,

October is alway an interesting month for weather. Summer patterns begin to change and we start to see quite a fluctuation in the forecast. This week is no different.

A cold low pressure system in Canada is pushing into Washington. This is going to bring cooler days today and Wednesday. 

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

Also, Thursday we will see our first strong Santa Ana wind event for the season. 

Mountains will see 50 to 60 mile an hour winds in Ventura and to the south. 

Ventura south coastal areas and foothills will see 30 to 40 mile an hour winds. 

For us in Santa Barbara, no winds. We will stay nice with 70s. The valleys, however will see some cold temps overnight.

Winds will roll into Friday, then begin to calm down Saturday. Then seasonable weather into the weekend.

Where there still is no rain in sight, the pattern is changing.

The big wind event will likely cause SCE to shut off power in areas. ‘’ I guess this will be the new normal ‘’ ( Ventura and south )

Enjoy the fun !!  The night time temps are really cooling off along with short days of sunlight.

78 days till Christmas, 44 days till thanksgiving, and 7 days till Cooper is born 😊

 

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