11/19/19

By Jack Martin on Nov 21, 2019 at 04:10 PM

Ones and nines day. 

Good Tuesday morning, Monday was another incredibly hot November day. 

High of 86 in Santa Barbara. Wow!

Today we will switch it up. Also, interesting weather pattern to our north and south.

If you look south, low pressure is spinning off shore. This is increasing the surf on south facing beaches for you surf lovers. 

To the north, low pressure is moving towards us. We are in the middle of these 2 systems . You can see it on the satellite picture link below: 

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

The low to the south will move west later today and have no real affect on us, other then the surf.

The low to the north will creep towards us, then cut off from the front, forming a cut off low. This will affect the weather tonight or early Wednesday morning. This system is weak and will most affect areas to the south. Ventura to LA, we will likely see something out of this, but 1/10 to 1/4 inch is the most. Wednesday will likely be relativity dry, with some light rain around sun rise. Then showers at best. The low drifts south and the rain totals will increase to 1/4 to 1/2 inch. Anyway you look at this, it is not a big system. 

Everything clears out for Thursday and the sun returns. Looks like dry weather the rest of the week.

Models are not in complete agreement on exact forecast, but the only real difference is weather it will be hotter or cooler. No rain .... 

Ok that’s it for the day...... 

10 to 12 degrees cooler today. 

Wednesday even cooler with some resorts seeing snow. 

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