10/28/19

By Jack Martin on Oct 28, 2019 at 05:20 PM

Good Monday morning, 

Here we go again. The forecast is all about the wind. 

If you live in SB you have just a calm cooler week with temps all week in the low to mid 70s. 

If you live in Santa Ana wind country, you are feeling it right now. 

Wind is blowing 30 to 40 miles an hour, with a gust of 73 reports in the mountains.

https://www.weather.gov/lox/

A cold low pressure system is moving through right now. You can see and feel what happens when cold air meets warm. It creates the wind you are seeing now. 

Wind will blow through Monday, then taper off tonight.

Tuesday we transition back to onshore flow for 1 day. Tuesday night and Wednesday, look out. We will see the strongest Santa Ana wind event of the season. 

50 to 70 mile an hour winds. This will blow through Wednesday, before it begins to taper off on Thursday. 

The only good news is the wind. It will stop for Halloween night, which is Thursday if you did not know.

Looks like the weekend will be nice with pleasant weather for all in the 70s.

Of course we will see high fire danger in all of the Santa Ana wind  prone areas.

You do not need to feel alone, San Francisco areas is also blowing away right now.

https://www.weather.gov/mtr/

SCE and PGE will be having a busy week switching power on and off for those in the wind ....

Look at these numbers of home that may be affected from the power shut offs.

http://origin.sce.com/safety/wildfire/psps

 …Wow…

Have a good week.... 

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