11/15/19

By Jamie Graham on Nov 15, 2019 at 05:39 PM

Good Friday morning, 

We are midway through November. The holidays are right around the corner, and so is the rain.

We will start with the rain, because it has been so long since we have seen any. Models are increasing the rain possibility and bringing it in sooner.

Tuesday night into Wednesday is now the target time. This will be a light rain event and by the end of the weekend we will have a better grasp on the rain timing and totals.

In the meantime, low pressure is dropping south and we will have a cool day. The system will stall west of point conception, then continue to the Baja Saturday.

Temps will be on the rise Saturday through Monday as offshore flow and some Santa Ana wind knock on the door. Everyone will see low 80s for Saturday, Sunday and Monday.  

Here is how it looks from the sky 

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

Looking to the south in Mexico, oddly there are still 2 tropical systems out in the pacific. This is odd for this time of the year, these however will only affect ship traffic.

That’s the weather... looking more like rain next week starting Tuesday night. 

Enjoy the hot summer like weekend, these are going to be few and far between in the future. 

Jack Martin

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